Algeria’s Ambassador Daoud Return to France After Three Months Hiatus

Algeria’s Ambassador Daoud Return to France After Three Months Hiatus (News Central TV)

Algeria announced, on Wednesday, that its ambassador to Paris Mohamed Antar Daoud will return to his post on Thursday, three months after being pulled back for “consultations”

In a statement issued by the Algerian Presidency, “President Abdelmadjid Tebboune​​​​​​​ received Algeria’s Ambassador to France, Mohamed Antar Daoud, who will resume his duties in Paris on Thursday.”

In October, the Ambassador was recalled from Paris, citing “irresponsible comments” made by French President, Emmanuel Macron, about Algeria.

President Abdelmadjid Tebboune recalled Algeria’s Ambassador to France in October 2021

“The building of Algeria as a nation is a phenomenon worth watching. Was there an Algerian nation before French colonisation? That is the question,” Macron had said.

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In a swift response, Algeria strongly condemned the remarks, recalled its Ambassador, and closed its airspace to French military planes.

On December 10, French Foreign Minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian, visited Algiers to ease tension with Algeria.

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