Russian House: Russia is negotiating with Algeria to establish a representative office


The Russian Foreign Cooperation Agency (Russian House) announced that it’s conducting negotiations regarding the establishment of a representative office in Algeria.

According to the deputy head of the Russian House Agency, Pavel Shevtsov, indicated that Algeria had expressed its willingness to host the representative office.

“We’re currently in active talks on this issue with Algeria,” Shevtsov said.

Last June, Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and his Algerian counterpart, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, signed a declaration on deepening the strategic partnership between the two countries.

In mid-June, Tebboune and Putin held talks in Moscow, and signed a joint declaration defining a number of areas of bilateral cooperation between the two countries.

The package of documents included a declaration on strengthening strategic cooperation between Russia and Algeria, which Putin said would open a new, more advanced stage in bilateral relations between the two countries.

In the declaration, the two presidents pledged to develop direct contacts between their national financial and banking institutions, enhance cooperation aimed at increasing reliance on national currencies in trade, and create banking channels for safe and independent cross-border transactions.

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