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Lamamra: Algeria pleads for liberation of Africa from colonialism and for African solutions to Africa’s problems

the National Community Abroad, Ramtane Lamamra, stressed the need to make more efforts to liberate Africa from neo-colonialism, and to provide African solutions to Africa’s problems, in a way that serves the peoples of the region, reiterating Algeria’s firm position in supporting the just causes of peoples.

After receiving in Algeria, his South African counterpart, Mrs. Naledi Pandor, the head of the Algerian diplomacy said that relations between Algeria and South Africa are “converging on all the issues involved between the two countries”, with regard to cooperation and solidarity.

Mr. Lamamra affirmed, “the joint commitment between the two countries to work to serve African interests,” highlighting in a related context, “the identical views between the two countries on the democratization of international relations and the Security Council, and the two countries united stand in order to defend just causes, especially the Palestinian and Sahraoui issues.”

“Algeria and South Africa share the principles and values ​​of serving Africa and the liberation work, in the service of solidarity of African peoples,” the minister explained, recalling what the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, emphasized during the Conference of the Algerian Heads of Diplomatic and Consular Missions, when he recalled the close relationship between Algeria, South Africa  and Nigeria, and committed to reviving this group for more work in the economic field and everything that would support solidarity between the three countries and for the benefit of other African countries.

Mr. Lamamra expressed his conviction that more efforts should be made to “liberate Africa from neo-colonialism and make Africa provide African solutions to its problems and play its role in order to avoid solutions that may not be in the interest of the peoples of the region.”

In this context, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad renewed Algeria’s support for the brothers in Libya in order to achieve stability, and to contribute to the completion of the elections on December 24, as pledged by the international community, noting that among the international commitments there is : supporting the dialogue process, and supporting the Joint Military Committee (5+5) to provide practical solutions to implement the principle of the withdrawal from Libya of foreign forces, mercenaries and foreign fighters.

In this context, he stressed that Algeria is committed to ensuring that the conditions that will contribute to the success of the elections will be met.

It’s worth recalling that the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation of South Africa, Naledi Pandor, started last Friday, a three-day official visit to Algeria.

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