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BILATERAL RELATIONS BETWEEN ALBANIA AND ALGERIA

Both countries are interested in promoting cooperation in the fields of energy, tourism, agriculture, culture, etc., and a number of initiatives aiming at completing the legal and institutional framework and establishing direct contacts at various levels, are in process.
The capital is Algiers and the administrative division includes 48 provinces.
BILATERAL RELATIONS
With an area of ​​2,381,741 km2 and a population of about 41.7 million, Algeria is the largest country on the Mediterranean coast and the largest in Africa. Currently, our coverage is from the Embassy in Athens, and their coverage is also realized from Athens. Algeria has also a Diplomatic Office in Tirana.
The national holiday is November 1, “Revolution Day”, associated with the date of the beginning of the war for independence from France in 1954.  
Diplomatic relations between Albania and Algeria were established on April 13, 1962. After the Independence of Algeria, in 1962, Albania was among the first countries to recognize it as a state. For 30 years, 1962–1992, we have had our representation in Algeria and the Ambassador in Algiers has been accredited in the Maghreb countries and in some African countries too. Many Albanian students have studied at Algerian universities.
Diplomatic relations between Albania and Algeria were established on April 13, 1962. After the Independence of Algeria, in 1962, Albania was among the first countries to recognize it as a state. For 30 years, 1962–1992, we have had our representation in Algeria and the Ambassador in Algiers has been accredited in the Maghreb countries and in some African countries too. Many Albanian students have studied at Algerian universities.
Algeria (Republique Algérienne Démocratique et Populaire) gained independence from France on July 5, 1962.
Albania and Algeria enjoy very good relations.In recent decades there has been interest in conducting visits at various levels and reaching a number of important agreements, including political dialogue and economic cooperation. Meantime trade exchanges remain at very modest levels.
Algeria is a Presidential Republic. The president is directly elected by popular vote, by an absolute majority and in two rounds if necessary, for a 5-year term. The Prime Minister is appointed by the President after consulting with the party that has the majority in Parliament.

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