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Medjahed in a TV interview: We reject foreign interference in our internal affairs and democracy is neither exported nor imported

The director of the National Institute for Comprehensive Strategic Studies, Abdelaziz Medjahed, reiterated his categorical rejection of all forms of foreign interference in Algeria’s internal affairs, adding that democracy is neither exported nor imported, but is built with the help of peoples, especially youth.

Abdelaziz Medjahed said when he was a guest on the TV program “Liquaa el yawm” (today’s interview) on Thursday evening, on the third news channel of Algerian television, in answer to a question about the regional challenges that await Algeria and the crises that some countries are experiencing due to foreign interference, he said, “The experience of foreign interventions in a number of Arab countries such as Iraq, Libya, Syria and Yemen, have proven to lead to the worst.” He added that these foreign interventions “remain rejected wherever they are, and we in Algeria do not accept anyone to interfere in our internal affairs.”

In this regard, the Director of the National Institute for Comprehensive Strategic Studies stressed that “Algeria’s strength is empowered by the strength and unity of its sons, and we are with the right of peoples to freedom and against aggression and interference in the internal affairs of countries,” noting that democracy “is neither exported nor imported, but is built with the hands of the peoples of countries, in particular youth, not foreigners.”

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