Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, who is first expressed publicly on the subject, made of this “total respect” the condition of a possible return of the Algerian ambassador to France.
Le Monde with AFP
A possible return of the Algerian ambassador to France is “conditioned to total respect of the Algerian state” by Paris, said Algerian President Abdelmadjid TEBBOUNE, SUNDAY 10 OCTOBER. The ambassador had been recalled at the beginning of the month after the critical comments of President Emmanuel Macron – reported exclusively by Le Monde, Saturday, October 2 – against a “tired” “political-military-military system”, which he accused of Maintain a “memorial annuity” by serving for his people an “official story” who “does not rely on truths”.
The French President had also claimed that “the construction of Algeria as a nation is a phenomenon to look at. Was there an Algerian nation before French colonization? That’s the question (… “. These statements have particularly struck the Algerian opinion.
Macron wants “one appeasement”
“History should not be falsified,” Tébboune said Algerian media on Sunday, in his first public statement in response to the French President. The Algerian government had denounced “irresponsible remarks” and “inadmissible interference in its internal affairs”. The overview of his airspace to French military aircraft participating in the operation “Barkhane”, in Mali, had also been prohibited.
“The state is standing with all his pillars, with his power, the power of his army and his valiant people,” said President Tebboune Sunday. He also emphasized about Algerian history and French colonization, which can not be done as if nothing had happened. ” For “the rest, it’s about their internal affairs,” he said in an allusion to possible electoralists about Mr. Macron’s critical remarks.
Tuesday last, Emmanuel Macron said to wish a “appeasement” on the memorial subject between France and Algeria, calling to “Cheminine together” and to “recognize all the memories”.