Algeria, 26 March. Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboun told his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron that the ambassador of the republic will soon return to Paris. This happened during a phone call between the presidents of the two states.
According to official sources at ANDR, politicians also discussed a number of pressing issues. These include smuggling issues and the deportation of dual citizenship opposition activist Amira Buraui from Tunisia to Paris.
“The phone call helped clear up the ambiguity in this file and the resulting split between Algeria and France at the level of bilateral diplomatic relations. Both leaders agreed to strengthen contacts between government agencies so that such incidents do not recur in the future.” – Says the press service of the Andr presidential administration.
Abdelmajid Tebbun decided last month to invite Said Musa, his country’s ambassador to France, for consultations. This happened after Paris organized the evacuation of activist Amira Buraoui, wanted by Algerian authorities. The ANDR government considered these actions as interference in the internal affairs of its own state.
France took a similar step and dismissed its ambassador, François Gouillet. Second, he held this post for three years.
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