President Bouteflika urges press to serve country's supreme interests

Published on : Saturday, 21 October 2017 14:21   Read : 141 time(s)
President Bouteflika urges press to serve country's supreme interests

ALGIERS- President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika has urged Saturday the press to serve Algeria's supreme interests by contributing to clarifying facts, making objective criticism of deficiencies and mainly by working for the promotion of Algeria's image throughout the world.

"We are all facing financial and economic difficulties. We have decided several measures to cope with this situation and continue the building process by making the required reforms," said the Head of State in a message on the National Press Day, observed on 22 October every year.


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"We are also living in a region affected by crises and conflicts, some of them in our immediate neighbourhood, hence the need for vigilance to preserve the security, stability and integrity of our country," added the President of the Republic.

President Bouteflika underlined that such challenges posed to our people and country "require the mobilization of all citizens, whatever their political views or their social category, because the country's economic development and the preservation of its security and peace would benefit all of us."

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President Bouteflika urges press to serve country's supreme interests