APS : Thursday, 11 February 2021
ALGIERS- Foreign Minister, Sabri Boukadoum, chaired on Thursday the 42nd session of the Monitoring Committee of the Peace and Reconciliation Agreement in Mali, resulting from the Algiers Process,
hosted for the first time by the city of Kidal (northern Mali).
“I chaired on Thursday 11th, 2021, the 42nd session of the Monitoring Committee of the Peace and Reconciliation Agreement in Mali, resulting from the Algiers process, which was hosted for the first time by the city of Kidal in northern Mali,” said the FM on his Twitter account.
“This is a groundbreaking event and a significant indicator able to give strong impetus to the peace process and to reconciliation sponsored by Algeria, in cooperation with the international community represented by the Committee.
“Boukadoum, who has been on a working visit to Mali since Wednesday, was received by Malian President Bah N’Daw, with whom he discussed bilateral relations and prospects for strengthening them, as well as ways to accelerate the pace of implementation of the Peace and Reconciliation Agreement resulting from the Algiers process.
He also held talks with the Vice President of Mali, Colonel Assimi Goïta and the Minister of National Reconciliation, Colonel Ismael Wagué, with whom he discussed bilateral relations and ways of promoting the peace and reconciliation process that Algeria accompanies and supports.
Boukadoum was also received in Bamako by Zeyni Moulaye, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Republic of Mali. The two Ministers agreed to continue efforts to promote bilateral relations and give a strong impetus to the peace and reconciliation process in this country.”