Prime Minister Aïmene Benabderrahmane, affirmed, today, Monday, that Algeria has prepared all the necessary conditions for the success of the Arab summit that will be held on the 1st and 2nd of next November and through which it seeks to “rebuild joint Arab action.”
During his presentation of the government’s general policy statement to the MPs of the National People’s Assembly in the chapter related to foreign policy, the Prime Minister affirmed that “the Arab summit in Algeria will be devoted, in addition to consolidating common values and Arab solidarity, as decided by the President of the Republic, to the central nature of the Palestinian cause and the updating of the Arab Peace Initiative for 2002,”. He added that Algeria “has prepared all the necessary conditions” for the success of this event, through which it seeks to “rebuild joint Arab action.”
Mr. Benabderrahmane also highlighted that the priority of the government’s diplomatic work in the coming years revolves around “defending the interests of the nation, contributing to regional security and stability, consolidating relations with Africa and the Arab world, developing partnership and strengthening peace in the world, and reviving economic diplomacy for the benefit of our development, the modernization of the diplomatic tool and the management of human resources, as well as the development of a new strategy towards our national community abroad.”
The Algerian premier also underscored “the strong return of Algerian diplomacy and the pivotal and pioneering role that Algeria plays in the region, as well as the great response and interest that various countries have shown to Algeria’s position on many regional and international issues, which confirms the effectiveness of the government’s endeavor to implement the commitments of The President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, especially through his will to update the goals and tasks of Algerian diplomacy.