Made public this week, the latest Official Journal (OJ) number 88 unveils the latest changes made by President Abdelmadjid Tebboune.
Indeed, the Head of State Abdelmadjid Tebboune has made some changes in the diplomatic corps in recent weeks; by terminating the functions of two ambassadors.
They are Mohand Salah Ladjouzi, Ambassador of Algeria in Cairo, Egypt and Ali Hafrad, Ambassador in Oslo, Norway. According to the same source, the two Algerian diplomats were dismissed from their functions on October 31.
“By presidential decree of 10 Rabie Ethani 1443 corresponding to 15 November 2021, it is terminated, from
of October 31, 2021, to the functions of extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassadors of the Republic
democratic and popular Algerian, exercised by MM. : Mohand Salah Ladjouzi, in Cairo (Arab Republic
from Egypt); Ali Hafrad, in Oslo (Kingdom of Norway) ”, we read in the official journal.
Djerad, Algerian Ambassador to Sweden
Appointed in September by President Tebboune to the post of Algerian Ambassador to Stockholm (Sweden); Abdelaziz Djerad received his approval this week from the Swedish government.
“The Swedish government has given its agreement to the appointment of Mr. Abdelaziz Djerad as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria to the Kingdom of Sweden,” a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said last Tuesday.