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    ALGER, Mercredi 2 Décembre 2009 -- Le président de l'Assemblée populaire nationale (APN), Abdelaziz Ziari, a affirmé, lundi à Alger, que les atouts économiques de l'Algérie et du Vietnam permettent de renforcer la coopération entre les deux pays. M. Ziari qui a reçu une délégation parlementaire représentant la commission économique de l'assemblée nationale vietnamienne, a précisé que "la conjugaison des nombreux atouts économiques des deux pays est susceptible de rendre la coopération bilatérale plus diversifiée et plus présente", a indiqué un communiqué de l'APN.

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    December 2, 2009 -- Algeria hopes to further strengthen its friendship and cooperation with Vietnam, said Speaker of Algerian National People’s Assembly Abdelaziz Ziari. The Speaker made the statement while receiving a visiting delegation of Vietnamese National Assembly by Chairman of Economic Committee Ha Van Hien. During its stay in Algeria from November 19 -December 12, the delegation held talks with the Algeria-Vietnam Friendship Parliamentarians Group, the Council of the Nation’s Budget and Finance Committee, the Ministry of Industry and Investment Promotion and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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    Mardi 19 Janvier 2010 -- L'Algérie est disposée à promouvoir une coopération "ambitieuse" avec le Vietnam dans tous les domaines, a affirmé mardi à Hanoi le président de l'Assemblée populaire nationale (APN), M. Abdelaziz Ziari. "L'Algérie est disposée à tout mettre en oeuvre pour que les échanges commerciaux avec le Vietnam s'élèvent à un niveau plus élevé et puissent se rapprocher de celui atteint par notre commerce avec des pays asiatiques aussi éloignés", a indiqué M. Ziari lors de ses entretiens avec son homologue vietnamien. Le président de l'APN a souligné que les relations entre les deux pays devraient concerner l'ensemble des acteurs politiques et économiques, ajoutant que les institutions parlementaires des deux pays "pourraient apporter une contribution spécifique pour que ces relations puissent transcender les contraintes de l'éloignement géographique". Relevant l'engagement de l'Algérie dans une politique de transition vers une économie de marché "rationalisée" et "performante" et celui du Vietnam vers une économie "décentralisée" et "performante", il a estimé que l'échange d'expérience entre les institutions des deux pays concernées par ce processus revêt pour l'Algérie "le plus grand intérêt". Rappelant que l'Algérie négocie actuellement son adhésion à l'Organisation mondiale du commerce (OMC) et que le Vietnam en est membre, après dix ans de négociations, M. Ziari a indiqué avoir soumis au Vietnam un projet de création entre les assemblées des deux pays d'un groupe d'étude chargé d'évaluer l'adhésion de l'Algérie à l'OMC. "Votre évaluation de l'adhésion à l'OMC, les aspects positifs et éventuellement négatifs de son bilan et, notamment, son impact sur les grands équilibres macroéconomiques ainsi que ses conséquences sociales pourraient alimenter notre réflexion et nous aider à bien définir et à mieux nos objectifs de négociations", a-t-il dit. Le président de l'APN a rappelé, à cette occasion, que le combat mené par le Vietnam "a accéléré l'effondrement du système colonial et contribué à mettre en échec les visées impérialistes qui voulaient lui succéder et le prolonger sous d'autres formes". "Les terribles épreuves qu'ont traversées nos deux peuples ont engendré entre l'Algérie et le Vietnam une solidarité sans faille car construite autour de valeurs sacrées", a-t-il poursuivi. Il a affirmé que sa visite, s'étalant du 18 au 22 janvier, s'inscrit dans le prolongement des visites d'Etat effectuées par le président de la République, M. Abdelaziz Bouteflika, au Vietnam en octobre 2000 et par le président vietnamien M. Tranc Duc Luong en Algérie en décembre 1999, indiquant que les deux chefs d'Etat "avaient affirmé leur volonté de traduire, à travers une relation exemplaire, la solidarité de combat qui unit depuis des décennies nos deux nations".

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    January 19, 2010 -- Vietnam is willing to share its experiences in joining the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and boost cooperation in various areas with the African nation, says National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong. Mr Trong told his Algerian counterpart Abdelaziz Ziari during talks in Hanoi on January 19 that conducting WTO negotiations is not an easy task, but it is important to seize opportunities and overcome challenges in the post-admission period. He praised Algeria’s efforts to cushion the impact of the global economic and financial turmoil and become one of four newly emerging economies in Africa. He said Algeria plays a very important role in maintaining peace in North Africa and the whole continent as well as in the non-aligned movement struggling for a new and fair world order. Vietnam attaches great importance to strengthening the friendly and cooperative relations with its traditional friends, including Algeria, affirmed Mr Trong. He underlined the need to educate the two countries’ young generations about the Vietnam-Algeria relationship, which has stood the test of time and developed constantly over the years. He noted that despite encouraging progress, economic, trade and investment ties between Vietnam and Algeria have not matched their potential and have not lived up to their people’s expectations. He proposed that the two legislative bodies and governments create optimal conditions for their business communities to explore each other’s markets and establish partnerships.

    Mr Trong said both Vietnam and Algeria see the potential for increasing cooperation, citing Vietnam’s advantages in agricultural production, food and consumer good processing and Algeria’s experience in developing the oil, gas and steel sectors. Algeria could serve as Vietnam’s gateway to the huge African market, and Vietnam could help Algeria penetrate the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), said the Vietnamese legislator. He said both sides should increase the sharing of their experiences in developing a market economy and carrying out legislative operations. “Algeria is developing an organized market economy while Vietnam is embarking on a socialist-oriented market economy. The bottom line is how we can bring into full play the advantages of the market economy and ensure social welfare,” said Mr Trong. He stressed that during the globalisation process, international economic integration is an inevitable trend, but “we’d better preserve and develop our own cultural identity and ethical values.”

    For his part, Abdelaziz Ziari expressed his admiration for Vietnam’s past struggle for national liberation, and said the Algerian revolution stemmed from Vietnam’s Dien Bien Phu victory in 1954 as well as the two nations’ wars of resistance against colonialism. Wartime sacrifice and current development achievements have laid a foundation for promoting Algeria-Vietnam friendship, and our task is to educate young generations to preserve and develop this valuable friendship, said Mr Ziari. He voiced the Algerian people’s desire to strengthen solidarity, friendship and cooperation with Vietnam and other nations to promote the values of the just struggle that peace-loving people and other progressive forces have pursued so far. Mr Ziari lauded Vietnam’s impressive economic development and its increasing role in the world and said Algeria wants to boost cooperation with Vietnam, especially in economics, trade, and investment. He also said his nation is working hard to increase trade with Vietnam on a par with several Asian countries whose trade ties have been flourishing in recent years. As Algeria is in a period of transition to a competitive market economy and at the same time is carrying out a national social policy, it needs to share development experiences with Vietnam, especially in joining the WTO, said Mr Ziari. He proposed that both countries consider establishing advisory groups to carry out this task. Both host and guest agreed that the two legislative bodies should speed up the implementation of their cooperation agreements signed in 2005 and increase the exchange of visits to promote mutual understanding and cooperation. They also agreed to work closely in regional and international forums. Mr Ziari began an official visit to Vietnam on January 19 at the invitation of Mr Trong.

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    January 23, 2010 -- Algeria’s National People’s Assembly Chairman Abdelaziz Ziari showed interest in the development model of Ho Chi Minh City, an economic hub of Vietnam, while visiting the city on January 22. Meeting with the municipal People’s Council Chairwoman Pham Phuong Thao, the top Algerian legislator reiterated his determination to strengthen comprehensive relations with Vietnam. His visit to Vietnam exemplifies the willingness of the Algerian parliament and government to elevate relations between the two countries, he stressed. Chairwoman Thao expressed her pleasure at talks between the top legislators of both countries, which promised productive cooperation between the two legislative bodies and countries. She also spoke highly of the important role of female parliamentarians in Algeria’s legislature and government, saying she hoped that the two countries would soon step up the sharing of experience on the matter.

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    ALGER, Dimanche 24 Janvier 2010 -- Le président de l'Assemblée populaire nationale (APN), Abdelaziz Ziari, a achevé vendredi sa visite officielle en République socialiste du Vietnam après avoir eu plusieurs entretiens avec de hauts responsables vietnamiens sur les relations de coopération entre les deux pays et les moyens de les renforcer. Selon un communiqué de l'APN, M. Ziari qui a entamé sa visite au Vietnam lundi dernier à la tête d'une importante délégation, a eu plusieurs entretiens avec de hauts responsables à leur tête le président de la République du Vietnam, Nguyen Minh Triet. Lors de l'audience que lui a accordée le président vietnamien, M. Ziari a transmis à ce dernier les salutations du président de la République, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, ainsi que sa volonté à œuvrer au renforcement des liens d'amitié et des relations de coopération entre les deux pays.

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    January 25, 2010 (VNA) -- The Algerian National People’s Assembly Chairman, Abdelaziz Ziari, left Ho Chi Minh City on January 23, wrapping up his week-long visit to Vietnam. During the trip, Ziari held talks with his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Phu Trong, paid a courtesy visit to President Nguyen Minh Triet, and met with Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Sinh Hung. The Algerian leader also had working sessions with Construction Minister Nguyen Hong Quan, Chairman of the Vietnam-Algeria Joint Committee; and Chairwomen of the Hanoi People’s Council Ngo Thi Doan Thanh and the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Council Pham Phuong Thao. At these meetings, the two sides affirmed the need to step up multifaceted co-operation between Vietnam and Algeria, especially in economy, trade, and investment, to match potentials and benefits of both nations. They agreed to increase exchanges, co-operation and sharing of development experiences between the two countries and parliaments, as well as to tighten coordination at multilateral forums. Chairman Ziari and his entourage also laid a wreath in tribute to President Ho Chi Minh at his mausoleum, and visited a number of economic, cultural and educational establishments in Hanoi, the northern port city of Hai Phong, the northeastern province of Quang Ninh, and Ho Chi Minh City.

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