Tunisian partnerships will be established between public and private companies in the construction sector in both countries to launch construction sites in Algeria and Tunisia, said Sunday in Algiers the Minister of Housing, national planning and the city.
“A partnership is created between Algerian and Tunisian companies to achieve real results in the coming months, coinciding with the new five-year plan," Abdelmajid Tebboune told press after a working meeting with Tunisian Minister of Equipment, Environment and Sustainable development, Larbi El Hadi.
Tunisian Minister is on a three-day visit to Algiers "to discuss the opportunities for economic operators in the construction industry," Tebboune added.
The minister noted the "good relations" between the two countries, recalling the visit by Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal in Tunis in early September.
"We will create a technical committee of architects and contractors to mitigate the effect of bureaucracy," Tebboune added.
For his part, the Tunisian Minister stressed that this visit follows "the flow of trade between the two countries to promote mutual partnership in economic and social fields."
Besides, Larbi stressed that Algeria had programs in basic infrastructure and social housing, which experienced improvements, adding that Tunisia would learn from these examples.