Mali PM hails Algeria’s support for its quest for peace, stability

January 14, 2018 Off By Web Desk

Algiers (UNA-OIC) � Malian Prime Minister Soumeylou BoubAye MaA�ga, who is currently visiting Algeria, praised the North African nation’s “availability” to support Mali in the recovery of peace and stability, Algeria Press Service reported.

“The meeting I had with my Algerian counterpart has been an opportunity to witness the Algerian availability to stand by the side of Mali so we can progress in the country’s stabilization process,” MaA�ga told a news briefing held with Premier Ahmed Ouyahia.

MaA�ga highlighted the Malian Peace and Reconciliation Agreement, signed by all the Malian parties in Bamako in 2015, was the result of Algiers talks process. He pointed out that Algeria plays an important and major role, concerning peace, stability and security in Mali and in the sub-region, expressing the wish of the Malian authorities to make considerable advances and be able to stabilize all the country.

Premier MaA�ga also said that his country wants to draw on the Algerian experience in terms of national reconciliation, stressing that this experience “constitutes a good example. He added that his visit to Algeria has been an opportunity to evaluate the Algerian-Malian relations and consider giving them a new impetus by mastering the security issues.

The Malian prime minister arrived in the capital Algiers on Saturday for a two-day working visit at the invitation of his Algerian counterpart Ouyahia.

Source: International Islamic News Agency