Prime Minister, Minister of Finance Aïmen Benabderrahmane reiterated Thursday, in Tunis, the strategic nature of relations between Algeria and Tunisia, and the need to move forward to new prospects, according to the guidelines of the leaders of the two countries.
“I was delighted to meet the President of the Republic of Tunisia, Kaïs Saïed, to whom we conveyed the sincere greetings of his brother, the President of the Republic of Algeria, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune,” said Mr. Benabderrahmane at the end of the audience granted to him by the President of the Republic of Tunisia, Kaïs Saïed, at the Presidential Palace in Carthage.
“We have stressed the strategic nature of relations and the need to move forward towards new perspectives, in accordance with the guidelines of the leaders of both countries. We are working as a Government to consecrate these orientations in order to direct relations towards the perspectives outlined by the path of complementarity and integration, especially with regard to the deepening of exchanges between the two brotherly countries and between the two united peoples, Algerian and Tunisian,” the Prime Minister added.
“All the files are under examination and we have taken important steps to conclude them. These are files relating to all economic sectors, namely energy, industry, trade and public works,” he continued.
“These are protocols to be signed during the official visit of the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, scheduled to take place in Tunisia in the coming days,” he said, adding “we are here to prepare this visit”.
The meeting took place at the Presidential Palace of Carthage, in the presence of the Tunisian Head of Government, Najla Bouden and delegations from both countries.