NEWSROOM (ADV) – Nigerian Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama will face a two-day working visit to Algeria on Sunday at the invitation of his Algerian counterpart, Abdelkader Messahel, a statement from the Algerian Foreign Ministry said Saturday.
At the head of a large delegation, the Nigerian foreign minister will co-chair with his Algerian counterpart the work of the 4th session of the Algerian-Algerian High Joint Cooperation Commission.
— Radio Algérienne (@radioalgerie) 14 octobre 2018
This session will, according to the same source, offer the two ministers “a good opportunity to carry out a comprehensive assessment of the state of bilateral cooperation and to identify new partnership perspectives to raise it to the level of the quality of political relations between from both countries “.
The text of the Algerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs adds that the holding of this session “reflects the strong will of Algeria and Nigeria to deepen their cooperation, to take advantage of their immense economic potential and to infuse bilateral relations with new dynamic “.
At the political level, the High Mixed Commission is presented as “a privileged space to allow the two countries, which work together to achieve the objectives and ideals of the African Union, to consult on regional and international issues. common interest, including the challenges facing African countries, to ensure peace, security and stability of the continent as well as economic and social development “.
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