Eleven cooperation agreements between Algeria and France were signed Thursday in Paris, in the presence of the Prime Ministers of the two countries, Ahmed Ouyahia and Edouard Philippe, at the end of the 4th session of the Intergovernmental Committee of High Level (CIHN) . The eleven agreements concern the sectors of economy, higher education, health and culture. The two parties concluded with a partnership agreement on the creation of excellence training courses in the energy, electricity and automation trades. industrial. In the same vein, a declaration of intent was signed by the PSA-Peugeot Group, the Algerian Ministry of Vocational Training and Education and the French Ministry of Education, creating in Oran, a training center for the automotive trades. In terms of higher education, the two countries have agreed on a framework convention on research and training and research on the French language and Francophone expressions (LaFEF).
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