The Bank of Algeria announced, today, Monday, in a statement, that it issued a commemorative coin worth two hundred (200) Algerian dinars, on the occasion of the celebration of the 60th anniversary of independence and in contribution to preserving the memory of the glorious liberation war.
The statement indicated that on the occasion of the celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of the recovery of national sovereignty, the Bank of Algeria proudly contributes to commemorating this pivotal landmark in the history of our country, and participates in preserving the memory of our glorious liberation war, by creating and issuing a commemorative coin worth two hundred (200) Algerian dinars.
According to the bank, the main shape of the commemorative coin represents “the emblem of the 60th anniversary of independence and the circumference of the circular frame of the coin has 60 stars symbolizing the union, national unity and the years of independence.”
The center of the piece also represents “the symbol of the sixtieth anniversary of national independence and the pages of a book refer to the National Memory Register, its first page in gold, expresses the close connection between the National Liberation Army and the People’s National Army and its contribution to strengthening national cohesion.”
A picture of a Mujahid from the National Liberation Army and a picture of a soldier from the People’s National Army were printed on the right part of the coin, as well as “a symbol of scientific and technological development that Algeria is witnessing,” the statement added.