The President of the National People’s Assembly (NPA), Brahim Boughali, met on Monday in Brasilia, the President of the Republic of Cape Verde, José Maria Neves, with whom he discussed the bilateral relations and the opportunities for their strengthening and deepening, said a statement of the NPA.
“The Cape Verdean president recalled the historic role of Algeria in the liberation of his country from colonialism, as well as its contribution in the training of the country’s executives for the relaunch of development, while expressing his country’s readiness to relaunch these relations with a view to meeting the challenges of climate change and the development of renewable energies and digitisation, as well as opening up the African market for African products,” the statement said.
For his part, Mr. Boughali showed the availability of Algeria, under the leadership of the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, to promote and strengthen relations rooted in the struggle of the two peoples for independence and dignity, in addition to the imperative of using all African energies for the development and defense of the interests and wealth of the African peoples within the framework of international legality and far from the policy of double standards in international relations”.
At the end of the meeting, “the Cape Verdean president asked Mr. Boughali to convey his greetings to President Tebboune, as well as his wishes of prosperity to the Algerian people,” reads the statement.
As a reminder, Mr. Boughali took part in Brasilia in the inauguration ceremony of the new Brazilian president, Lula Da Silva, as representative of the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune.