The Minister of Vocational Training and Education, Yacine Merrabi, participated in the region of Zindar in Niger, in the launch of the proceedingsof the project to rehabilitate and develop the vocational high school of the Niger-Algeria Friendship, which is “one of the most important cooperation projects” between the two countries, according to a statement of the same ministry.
On the occasion of this visit, Merrabi was received by the President of the Republic of Niger, Mr. Mohamed Bazoum, to whom he conveyed “the greetings of the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, and his wishes for good health and wishes for progress and prosperity for the Nigerian people.”
He also reiterated – the statement adds – “Algeria’s will to deepen brotherly relations and cooperation between the two countries, in the service of the common interest and in response to the aspirations of the two brotherly peoples for further cooperation and integration.”
The project to rehabilitate and develop the vocational high school for Nigerian-Algerian friendship – according to the same source – “is one of the most important cooperation projects between the two countries, which the Algerian Agency for International Cooperation for Solidarity and Development is working to implement, in order to consolidate the distinguished brotherly ties between the two countries and to advance bilateral relations in various fields.”
The same source pointed out that the establishment of this vocational high school dates back to 1984 as a center for training, as part of cooperation between the two countries in the field of vocational training.