Algeria Suspends Treaty With Spain

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Algeria has announced the suspension of the treaty of cooperation signed with Madrid in 2002.

The president’s office disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday.

The statement stressed that Spain was abusing its role as an administrating power in Western Sahara.

According to Spanish Foreign Ministry, the government regards Algeria as a friendly neighbor country and restates its complete readiness to keep and develop the special cooperation relationship between the two countries.

Written by: Helen Obih

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