Algeria : Guitouni invites Poland, Turkey to boost energy cooperation with Algeria

  • 28 August 2017 / News / 440 / Emerging Africa


Algeria : Guitouni invites Poland, Turkey to boost energy cooperation with Algeria

ALGIERS – Minister of Energy Mustapha Guitouni invited Poland and Turkey to boost the energy cooperation with Algeria. The Minister has Sunday received the ambassadors of both countries,   Witold Spirydowicz and Mehmet Poroy, said statement of the ministry.


The Minister, together with the Polish Ambassador, Mr. Witold Sperdovic, discussed the cooperation relations between Algeria and Poland in the field of energy, especially the hydrocarbons sector, and discussed means of supporting and strengthening them.

The two sides expressed their satisfaction with the "traditional and excellent" relations between the two countries, pointing to the great potential enjoyed by the energy institutions in both countries to work together in this field.
In this regard, Mr. Kittoni called on the Polish companies to exploit the opportunities available in Algeria, especially in the activities of exploration and exploitation of oil, inviting them to participate in tenders that are expected to be launched by the sector.

In turn, the Ambassador of Bologna in Algeria expressed interest in the institutions of his country to work in Algeria and the embodiment of projects in partnership with Algerian institutions - adds the same source.

On the other hand, the minister's tal
ks with the Turkish ambassador in Algeria dealt with the relations of cooperation and partnership between the two countries, which were described as "excellent".

In this regard, Mr. Qaitouni expressed his satisfaction with the cooperation relations and good partnership between Sonatrach and the Turkish company "Potas", calling on the Turkish companies to participate in tenders sector.Mr. Boruyi, who expressed his satisfaction with the cooperation relations between the two countries, expressed the interest of the Turkish companies in continuing to work and invest in Algeria in the framework of projects of mutual interest, according to the statement.



source: APS

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