Wednesday, July 05, 2017

President of Republic Congratulates His Algerian Counterpart on the 55th Anniversary of Independence and the Day of Youth
Sahara Press Service
05/07/2017 - 08:41

Bir Lehlu,  July 05, 2017 (SPS) - The President of the Republic┘ł Secretary General of the Frente POLISARIO, Brahim Gali, congratulated his Algerian counterpart Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Tuesday on occasion of the 55th anniversary of the independence of Algeria and Day of youth.

President Brahim Gali said: "This anniversary allows us to think of a key event in history, not only in Algeria, but also for the peoples and countries that suffered injustice and repression. The victory of the Algerian revolution was crowned with the independence, on this date, 55 years ago, has been a determining factor in the change on the ground, which has retreated the colonialism that lashed Africa, Asia and Latin America. "

"The Algerian brother people, who celebrated the anniversary of his independence with the day of his youth, proud of legacy full of struggle, militancy, heroism and sacrifices that resulted in more than a million and a half martyrs. It can be proud of what the independent Algerian state achieved along a path full of achievements in all spheres and sectors, within the framework of a special national experience. the Algerian State knew how to safeguard its sovereignty and dignity, in the time that achieves its development and regional and international position, "said the head of state.

"The Saharawi people celebrate this anniversary with their brother Algerian people, and it is inspired by heroism and determination," adds Brahim Gali in his letter, recalling Algeria's support for the struggle of the Saharawi people for freedom and independence, emphasizing that this position "has been in total harmony with the principles of the Revolution of the First of November and the Charter of the United Nations and the AU."

The President of the Republic clarified that the region is experiencing some instability provoked by the expansionist and aggressive policy of Morocco, which caused the rise of criminal groups in the region.

On the other hand, the Saharawi president reaffirmed his commitment to deepen relations between the two countries, as well as contributing to stability in the region.

"We want to remember all those martyrs and militants who have been with them in the battle for liberation," says President Brahim Gali in his message to the Algerian president.

SPS

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