Algeria has obtained a seat in the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Executive Council.
Out of 11 African candidate countries, six countries including Algeria will represent the African continent until the year of 2023, under a decision made during the 23rd session of the UNWTO General Assembly held in Saint Petersburg in Russia on Sept. 9-13. The 23rd session of the UNWTO General Assembly, an international meeting to address world tourism issues, was attended by representatives from more than 150 countries.
Algeria is member of WTO since 1976.
CGE hands-on training workshop for the African region on institutionalization of data management for national GHG inventory (Algiers, Algeria).
Noureddine Bedoui in Yokohama: « Algeria and Japan work towards renewing their bilateral cooperation ».
The Prime Minister, M. Noureddine Bedoui said on Thursday 29th August in Yokohama, that Algeria and Japan were working towards renewing their bilateral cooperation mechanism though the creation of a joint economic commission.
While he was meeting members of the Japan-AU friendship group M. Bedoui stated that the commission would “bring together government officials as well as members of the public and private sectors from both countries”.
Mr. Bedoui said that the negotiation concerning adoption of the two bilateral conventions on promoting and protecting investment were “progressing steadily.”
Regarding reservations by some Japanese about the “business and investment climate in Algeria in light of law 51/49” the Prime Minister reminded them that some companies were operating in Algeria in line with this law, such as the Japanese company NIKKEI-JGC which adapted to the Algerian laws and registered its Nigerian franchise SPA Algerie JGC.
Regarding the bilateral inter-parliamentary cooperation, the Prime Minister expressed his wish for the Algeria-Japan parliamentary Group to resume its activities “as soon as possible”.
Recalling that the relations between the two countries dated as back as 1958 with the opening of the National Liberation Front offices in Tokyo, he expressed “his gratitude to all the Japanese for their important help in the Algerian Revolution and their deep conviction towards the just Algerian cause”.
Regarding the Japan-Africa relations, the Prime Minister thanked the Japanese government and the people for their “unwavering support towards the development of Africa manifested in the TICAD initiative” adding that TICAD was “unique in nature” and in line with the “AU agenda 2063”.
In the same perspective, Mr Bedoui revealed his wish to see Japan play a key role in the development that African is aspiring to.
African companies expect Japan to make key investments, support small and medium scale enterprises and accelerate integration of new technologies especially in the sectors of Heath and the Skills Development Program in order to achieve Sustainable Development Goals Action Plan 2030; said the Prime Minister.
The meeting was held on the sidelines of the Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) to which he is participating representing the Head of State Abdelkader Bensalah.
Bedoui meets members of the Japan-AU Friendship group
The Prime Minister also met members of the Japan-African Union Parliamentary Friendship group. The meeting also took place on the sidelines of the Seventh TICAD, on Thursday 29th August in Yokohama, in the presence of the Foreign Affairs Minister Sabri Boukadoum.
Algeria is the second country in the WHO African Region to be officially recognized as malaria-free, after Mauritius, which was certified in 1973.
EXPOSIA (a civil society) is organizing the 19th Edition of the International exhibition on Agriculture, livestock and agricultural equipment, “SIPSA-FILAHA 2019”.
The event, under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries, shall take place in Algiers from 7th to 10th October 2019.
Organized under the theme “Continuing to consolidate the foundations of food security”, the exhibition is based on the recommendations of the national agricultural program and shall focus on the latest actions made in the agricultural sector. It aims at bringing together national and foreign professionals from different sectors of agriculture, livestock and agricultural equipment.
Turkey is the Guest of Honor at this year’s edition.
More information regarding the exhibition can be found on www.sipsa-dz.net
The Republic of Uganda received one hundred (100) Scholarships from Algeria for undergraduate students to study in Algeria for Academic year 2019/2020 in various fields.
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L’Ambassade d’Algérie à Kampala porte à la connaissance des ressortissants algériens établis en Ouganda, au Rwanda et au Burundi que, conformément aux dispositions de la loi organique n°16-10 du 25 août 2016, relative au régime électoral, la période d’établissement des procurations prendra fin le 14 avril 2019.
A cet effet, l’Ambassade informe l’ensemble des électeurs inscrits sur la liste électorale du Poste que :
– Les électeurs se trouvant dans l’incapacité d’exercer leur droit de vote par eux-mêmes peuvent l’accomplir par procuration ;
– La procuration est établie pour un (1) mandataire uniquement, inscrit sur la liste électorale, sur un imprimé officiel fourni par les services de l’Ambassade et visé par ces derniers, ou par les services des Missions diplomatiques d’Algérie à Kigali et à Bujumbura, après signature du mandant ;
– La présence du mandant, muni de sa pièce d’identité algérienne, est obligatoire pour l’établissement de la procuration ;
– Chaque mandataire ne peut disposer que d’une seule procuration ;
– Le jour du scrutin, le mandataire doit présenter l’original de la procuration et la carte d’électeur de son mandant au bureau de vote.