Today, Thursday, in the Senegalese capital, Dakar, the works of the second summit on “Financing Enterprises in Africa” kicked off, in which the Prime Minister, Ayman bin Abdelrahman, is participating in this summit, in his capacity as representative of the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune.
In his opening speech, Senegalese President Macky Sall, who currently heads the African Union, thanked President Tebboune for Algeria’s participation in the summit “with representation at the highest level.” He commended Algeria’s efforts as “a pivotal country in the region” to strengthen infrastructure mechanisms in the African continent through its constructive commitments in the field of infrastructure at the level of Africa and its efforts in the African Union Development Initiative (NEPAD), as a founding country. To make this institution an eternal reality.
During the Prime Minister’s speech at the summit, Ben Abdelrahman said that Algeria is keen to materialize the Lagos-Algeria gas pipeline project.
He added: We are in the process of strengthening the infrastructure to serve the goals we aspire to, and this summit is an opportunity to discuss ways to accelerate the pace of completion of the projects included in the agenda of the Summit of Heads of State and Government of the African Union. Partnerships must be established between the public and private sectors to mobilize financing and reduce the burden on African countries. Algeria was, and still is, committed to working to strengthen endeavors aimed at achieving integration among African countries. Algeria has launched, with neighboring countries, several integration projects with African countries, such as the trans-Saharan road and the 4,500-km-long trans-Saharan fiber optic network.
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