WASHINGTON (U.S.A) The Vice president of the World Bank for the Middle East and North Africa Hafez Ghanem will pay a visit to Algeria, as from Sunday, to discuss the development prospects of the Algerian economy, sources of this international financial institution told APS on Friday.
For his second visit to Algeria, Ghanem will be accompanied by several officials of the WB, including Marie Francoise Marie-Nelly, Country Director for the Maghreb and Malta, Middle East and North Africa, Demba Ba, Country Manager for Algeria, and a high official of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) George Ghorra.
During this four-day visit, Ghanem will hold several meetings with the Algerian authorities, added the source.
He will also broach Algeria’s medium and long-term economic priorities and the state of cooperation between Algeria and this Bretton Woods institution.
The visit will also be an opportunity to address the ways to strengthen this cooperation, said the source.