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The Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs chairs the follow-up committee for the reconciliation agreement in Mali



The Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sabri Boukadoum, chaired the 42nd session of the Committee for the Follow-up of the Peace and Reconciliation Agreement in Mali, which stems from the Algerian track and which is hosted for the first time by the city of Kidal in northern Mali.


Boukadoum said - in a tweet on his account on the short blogging site (Twitter) - "Today I chaired the 42nd session of the Committee for the Follow-up of the Peace and Reconciliation Agreement in Mali, which emanates from the Algerian track and which is hosted for the first time in the northern city of Kidal."


He added that this "is an unprecedented event and an important indicator that will give a strong impetus to the peace and reconciliation process that Algeria is sponsoring in cooperation with the international group represented in the committee."


Since yesterday, Boukadoum has been on a working visit to Mali, where he was received by Malian President Bah Ndaw, and the two sides discussed bilateral relations and prospects for strengthening them, as well as ways to accelerate the implementation of the peace and reconciliation agreement emanating from the Algerian track.


Boukadoum also held a series of talks in Bamako with Malian officials, where he discussed with Vice President Colonel Assimi Gota and Minister of National Reconciliation Colonel Ismail and canceled bilateral relations and how to advance the peace and national reconciliation process supported by Algeria.


The Algerian minister also held talks with Zinni Moulay, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in Mali, which dealt with continuing efforts to support bilateral relations and give a strong impetus to the path of peace and reconciliation in Mali.

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