According to Algerian State Radio, Algerian Minister of Labor, Employment and Social Security Yusuf Şerefa and Tunisian Minister of Social Affairs Malik Ez-Zahi signed a protocol for a joint cooperation program in the field of labor and professional relations in the capital Algeria. In the news, it was stated that the signing of the said protocol was done within the framework of strengthening the existing cooperation between the two countries, and it was noted that the protocol included many areas especially related to labor relations and occupational safety.
Emphasis on STRENGTHENING BILATERAL COOPERATION
In his speech at the signing ceremony, Algerian Minister of Labor, Employment and Social Security Şerefa emphasized that the signing of this protocol aims to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the fields of work, professional relations, occupational health and safety within the framework of exchange of experience and preparation of training programs.
“A GREAT JUMP”
Şerefa evaluated this step as an important “leap” in terms of consolidating and improving relations between the two countries.
On the other hand, Tunisian Minister of Social Affairs Zahi pointed out that Algeria has made “great progress” in various fields and discussed important developments such as the social security electronic card called “Şifa”, the unemployment benefit system and the Algerian Occupation and Work Law with Minister Şefa. recorded.
Tunisian Minister Zahi arrived in Algeria yesterday as part of an official visit. (AA)