How to block the way to the Zionist entity which is banging its head on the door of the AU, through Rabat, to carve out a place for itself in the heart of the African continent? After all, in the 19th century the British wanted to create an “Israel” in the Congo?
Algeria, a great supporter of the Palestinian cause, has declared war on the Zionist entity by turning fully to Africa, which the Bouteflika era had forgotten under the impetus of France. After having erased the debt of several African countries, here is a new measure. At an economic exhibition for the African market held in Adrar, Algeria, the state announced the provision of “all facilities” for non-oil exporters wishing to expand in Africa.
Member of the FTAA from the beginning, Algeria wants to boost its exports to the African market. The Ministry of Trade and Export Promotion (MCPE) announced yesterday Saturday, the consent of facilities to local exporters non-hydrocarbons, in accordance with the guidelines of the state. Orientations formalized on April 7, during a meeting in Touggourt between Algerian diplomats instructed by the government and economic operators in the country.
Redouane Alili, Secretary General of the Ministry, explained this decision by the record export revenues excluding hydrocarbons (more than 3 billion USD), recorded in the previous year. The border wilayas will benefit from production units and logistics to increase transit. Agencies such as the National Agency for the Promotion of Foreign Trade (ANPCE) and the Special Fund for Export Promotion (FSPE) will be heavily involved.
The public carrier Logitrans has reiterated its commitment to help exporters reach their target countries, from Tunisia to Senegal through Mauritania or Mali. In this scheme, it will benefit particularly from the Trans-Saharan Algiers – Lagos 4000 km long, which should be completed by the end of the year. “Efforts have been made for the international transport of various products through the material and human resources of the group for the sake of conquering the African market, “said Radia Salamani, the representative.
The announcement of the Ministry was made in the context of the Economic Exhibition for the African market, a commercial event of 2 weeks that takes place in the wilaya of Adrar, south-west of Algiers. It is a showcase for Algerian products of crafts, agriculture, cosmetics, architecture, etc..