Algeria reiterates support to Mali's reconciliation

Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal said on Saturday in Bamako Algeria is willing to accompany Mali in the phase of the implementation of the Peace and Reconciliation Agreement.
“I would like to reiterate Algeria’s willingness to continue to support the timely implementation process of peace agreement,” said Sellal, who is representing President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika at the Africa-France Summit in Bamako.
He affirmed that “in support of this process, I call upon the international community to remain mobilized for the fulfillment of development goals laid down in this agreement.”
Besides, the Premier highlighted the progress achieved in the field of democracy, good political and economic governance and establishment of the rule of law in Africa.
Sellal stated since the 1st summit in 1973, Africa has achieved unquestionable progress in democracy, good political and economic governance and establishment of the rule of law. The continent is convinced each day a little more that this is the only way to achieve the political stability and socioeconomic development its countries and peoples legitimately aspire to.
He affirmed that this momentum is the result of decolonization process that allowed to a great majority of African countries recover their political and independence and re-establish their national sovereignty, a process that must be imperatively completed.

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