Ambassador of Algeria H.E. Abdelhamid Chebchoub hosted a reception in honour of the 64th anniversary of the start of the country’s national liberation war.
Ambassador Chebchoub reminded that this day marks the anniversary of November 1, 1954, the day when the struggle for national liberation began.
Ambassador said that on this day Algerian people are reminded of the support that the former Yugoslavia and the people of Serbia provided the struggle that the Algerians led during those war years, as well as the special role that President Tito had.
“Algeria and Serbia are developing a long-standing friendship, struck during the years of struggle and consolidated after gaining independence through joint efforts to promote the goals and principles of the Non-Aligned Movement,” said Ambassador.
The reception was attended by the Senior Government officials, members of the diplomatic community, representatives of religious communities, public figures from politics, culture, members of the Algerian community and members of the Algerian Friendship Community.