Bedoui, Collomb emphasize strengthening cooperation to serve common interest

March 16th, 2018

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APS : Thursday, 15 March 2018

ALGIERS-Minister of Interior, Local Assemblies and National Planning Noureddine Bedoui and France’s State Minister and Minister of Interior Gerard Collomb on Thursday emphasized the development of bilateral cooperation
“to serve common interests and take advantage of experiences.”
Speaking to the governors-prefects meeting themed “Decentralized cooperation”, both ministers underlined in their speeches “the importance of exchanging initiatives between the two countries and finding the means to further support cooperation.”
The meeting includes three panels on the economic attractiveness of territories, the management of large urban centres and the management of crisis situations and major risks.
The first panel focuses on the means to make a territory attractive through strengthening its potentialities and make it “an ideal destination” for investors, entrepreneurs, tourists, development players and populations for further growth and job positions.
The second panel focuses on the organization modes of urban centres and the competence of local authorities. Participants will discuss the means to exchange mechanisms between Algeria and France in the management of large urban centres.
As for the panel on crisis management, it aims to present national policies and regulatory instruments, and identify the possible means to back cooperation.