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China Sends Message Of Support To Algeria

China sends message of support to Algeria

Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad received a message on Thursday from the Prime Minister of China, Li Keqiang, in which he affirmed “his readiness to work together to strengthen relations” between Algeria and China, reports Algérie presse service – May 14, 2020 “It is a pleasure to receive the Prime Minister’s message and to express my joy for the arrival of a new batch of medical
aid offered a few days ago by the Chinese government to Algeria, your country. Likewise, the Chinese people will continue to be constantly on the side of the Algerian people, ”the Chinese Premier wrote in his message. “The Chinese side will spare no effort to continually provide aid and assistance to Algeria in the fight against the pandemic and I am ready to work together with you, to strengthen Sino-Algerian relations and to develop cooperation between both countries, “he added. As a reminder, the Prime Minister, Abdelaziz Djerad handed over, during the reception last April, a donation from China consisting of surgical masks, screening kits and artificial respiration devices as part of the fight against the new coronavirus (covid-19) to the Chinese ambassador in Algeria a message to his Chinese counterpart in which he expressed all “respect and consideration” and conveyed “strong” greetings from the President of the Republic, M Abdelmadjid Tebboune to the President of China. “I thank the Chinese Premier and his government for the colossal work done to help us fight this pandemic. It is certain that together, we will triumph over this scourge, “he said, adding that this is only a stage in the relations between the two countries, which are relations” privileged, with a past. glorious, a solid present and a bright future ”. Algeria has received from China since last March several batches of medical aids made up in particular of means of protection and devices of artificial respiration, masks and glasses.

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