Favoring political dialogue over explosive detonations of weapons, the President of the Algerian Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, whose leading role in resolving the crisis in Niger is clear to all, is working concretely towards a beneficial exit from above, within six months.
Far from any military intervention with disastrous consequences, his vision guarantees respect for the principle of rejection of unconstitutional changes and the adherence of all parties to the peaceful option, announced Tuesday, in Algiers, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad, Ahmed Attaf. (source Algeria Press Service)
During a press conference at the Abdelatif-Rahal International Conference Center (CIC), the head of Algerian diplomacy specified that the initiative of the President of the Republic was structured around six axes, including “ the imperative association of all parties in Nigerwithout any exclusion, to political arrangements to end the crisis, which must be carried out within a period not exceeding six months, under the control of a civil authority, led by a consensual personality, accepted by all currents of the political class in Niger, in order to achieve the restoration of constitutional order in this countrys “.
To a question about possible consultations with France, the minister replied that “ it is the President of the Republic who decides when and with whom to establish contacts,” while mentioning scheduled meetings with senior officials at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs “dyears one week to 10 days “.
Ahmed Attaf particularly insisted on the imperative need to prioritize the political solution and to rule out the use of force, given the disastrous repercussions that this option could have for Niger and the entire region.