The President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune has received messages of good wishes from presidents and sovereigns of brotherly and friendly countries on the occasion of the 58th anniversary of Independence Day, according to a statement issued by the Presidency of the Republic.
“On the occasion of the 58th anniversary of the independence and youth festivities, the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune has received messages of wishes from a number of presidents and sovereigns of brotherly and friendly states,” the statement said, adding that “these messages came from the United States of America, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Brazil, the Kingdom of Morocco, Namibia and the Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
“On the occasion of the celebration of your Independence Day on 5 July, I extend my congratulations to you and the Algerian people,” wrote the President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, in his message to President Tebboune.
“Our two countries have a strong partnership that has continued to develop under your leadership as President of the Republic,” he added.
“The United States of America is determined to continue to work together with Algeria, including in the fight against terrorism, to restore stability in North Africa and the Sahel region, and to promote trade, cultural and economic relations between our two countries”, he underlined.
Noting that “our two countries also face a common enemy, the Covid-19 pandemic, which poses a major challenge”, the US President hailed “the cooperation in place between our two countries in this area”.
“We hail the continued partnership on all fronts as we deepen bilateral relations and bring our peoples in the United States of America and Algeria closer together,” President Donald Trump stressed, while reiterating his “warm congratulations on the occasion of Algeria’s Independence Day.
As stated in the message of the Moroccan Monarch, Mohamed VI, according to the Arab Maghreb News Agency: “It is an opportunity to emphasize the strong bonds of brotherhood that unite the Algerian and Moroccan people, and whose strength derives from that sincere brotherly solidarity that has fueled their heroic struggles for freedom and independence, as well as their firm faith in the unity of the common Maghreb destiny”.
President Tebboune also received a phone call from the head of the internationally-recognized Libyan National Accord Government, Fayez al-Sarraj, who congratulated him on the Independence and Youth Day.
Al Sarraj also “warmly hailed the leadership and people of Algeria for retrieving the remains of the popular resistance heroes against the brutal French colonialism of the nineteenth century and their burial in their homeland Algeria alongside their martyr comrades, may God bless them”.