FM Lamamra: Algeria’s UN integration will advance with support
(MENAFN) Algeria’s development stays on track and will carry on with the support of UN member states, the nation’s foreign minister Ramtane Lamamra stated on Monday.
During his address at the General Assembly Debate, Lamamra also repeated his nation’s push for a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council.
“My country is a member of the UN, it celebrates this year the 60th anniversary of independence,” he added. “It resolutely pursues the process of building a new Algeria under the leadership of President Abdelmadjid Tebboune.”
He went on to say: “My country reaffirms its compliance with the values and principles (of the UN) and its determination to revive the role of multilateral action in keeping international peace and security and the achievement of comprehensive, fair, and sustainable development.”
Lamamra drew Algeria’s promise to the principles of the UN charter before elections planned for next June on membership in the Security Council.
“Algeria is aware of the magnitude of unprecedented challenges that arise at the international and regional levels,” he went on.
“Therefore, it has submitted its candidacy for the position of non-permanent member of the Security Council, a candidacy endorsed by the African Union, the League of Arab States, and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.”
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