Algeria, Mali "satisfied" with progress in peace agreement, resulting from Algiers process

Algeria and Mali on Friday in Bamako, expressed “satisfaction” with the progress made in the application of the Malian peace and national reconciliation agreement, which resulted from Algiers Process.
“The two parties noted with satisfaction, the progress made in the implementation of the Malian peace and national reconciliation agreement, which resulted from Algiers Process, and called for consolidating this progress through wise application of the agreement,” said the joint communiqué of the 12th session of the Algerian-Malian High Joint Commission, co-chaired by Prime Ministers Abdelmalek Sellal and Modibo Keïta.
On this occasion, Algeria and Mali urged the international community to “support Mali’s efforts and, notably, fulfill the pledges taken during the International Conference for the economic revival and the lasting development of Mali, held in Paris on 22 October 2015.”
Regarding the bilateral relations, emphasis was placed of the strategic partnership between the two countries and the “convergence of views” about the common-interest questions, in particular peace, security and development.

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