Abdelmalek Sellal: "Algeria, Tunisia Maintained Stability"

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Prime Minister, Abdelmalek Sellal, visited oon Tuesday Tunisia, where he represented the President of the Republic, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, in the works of the International Conference for Investment in Tunis, "Tunisia 2020".

PM Sellal was accompanied by Minister of Maghreb Affairs, the African Union and the Arab League, Abdelkader Messahel, Industry and Mines Minister, Abdessalam Buchouareb, and they were received by the Tunisian Prime Minister, Youssef Chahed.

Sellal met with Tunisia President, Beji Caid El Sebsi, on the sidelines of the opening of the Economy and Investment Support Conference "Tunisia 2020" at the Conference Palace in Tunis.

El Sebsi asserted, during the meeting, that Algeria's security and stability is Tunisia's, and there will be no prejudice of the two countries' territorial integrity.

At the conclusion of the meeting, Tuniisia President expressed sincere greetings to the President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, wishing him good health and happiness, and for the brotherly Algerian people, he wished steady progress and prosperity.

Both officials discussed the strong and distinguished brotherhood relationship and cooperation between the two countries, and ways of further strengthening and development in all fields for the benefit of the two countries and the two brotherly peoples.

They also discussed a number of issues of common concern, particularly the boosting of the Maghreb efforts to address the phenomenon of extremism and terrorism, and the need to unite the views between the Libyans.

Prime Minister, Abdelmalek Sellal, told media, after his meeting with the Tunisian President, Beji Caid El Sebsi, that Algeria and Tunisia made important efforts in maintaining stability under the wise leadership of the two presidents, and this a pride for us."

"I carried a message of hope and peace, and we hope that the symposium will conclude with positive results".

This seminar, which lasts two days, and that is organized under the slogan "Encourage the Tunisian economy to consolidate the democratic process", as it gathered over 2,000 participants from 40 countries.

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