ALGIERS — Chad "will spare no effort" to strengthen, develop and boost its relations with Algeria, said Monday in Algiers, Chadian Minister of Public Security and Immigration Ahmat Mahamat Bachir.
"We have developed historical relations with Algeria and our visit shows that bilateral cooperation will be maintained, particularly in the security field. I think that we will spare no effort to strengthen, develop and boost our relations," he told the press at the end of his visit to the province of Algiers.
Mahamat Bachir visited the Command and Control Centre of the Directorate General of the National Police, the National Administration School and the province of Algiers.
The Algerian-Chadian relations "are very good and will be further developed," he said, adding that he noticed with "pleasure, joy and pride" that the progress in Algeria is a reality.
As regards his visit to Algiers, after the explanations provided to him on the different projects, the Chadian minister that "Algeria will be the hub of Africa by 2030."