Rome: Algerian business presidents arrange conferences
(MENAFN) A delegation of business presidents from the Algerian Economic Renewal Council held a conference in Rome with Valentino Valentini, Italy’s deputy minister of economic development in charge of business.
It was the first official conference with an Algerian delegation by a member of Italy’s new administration ruled by Premier Giorgia Meloni.
The delegation showed sectors like agriculture, construction, pharmaceuticals, tourism and oil.
Valentini underlined the “excellent political relations between Italy and Algeria,” and expressed his determination to “intensely raise the level of economic partnership through Italian investments, transfer of know-how and innovative technologies, particularly in the sectors of agriculture, mining, tourism and textiles,” in line with a communique released by the Ministry of Economic Development.
He remembered the “already very intense cooperation,” and the official two-sided conferences that took place in the two nations at the highest institutional levels. He promised even more collaboration “which will benefit both our countries.”
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