ALGIERS-Adviser to the President of the Republic in charge of remote areas Brahim Merad announced the allocation of more than DZD184 billion to the implementation of 12,489 development projects out of 33,000 projects devoted to remote areas countrywide.
ORAN- The commercial activity of Oran’s port increased by 7.08% in the first six months of current year, despite the negative effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.
NAAMA-The first snowflakes fell during the night from Friday to Saturday on the mountains of 1,200 meters of altitude in the extreme west of the province of Naama accompanied by showers and a cold wave, announced Saturday the local branch of the National Meteorological Office.
TISSEMSILT- Two gazelles of the rare species "Atlantic gazelle", were discovered in the municipality of Ammari (the province of Tissemsilt; 250 km west of Algiers), the forest conservation directorate said Wednesday.
SKIKDA- Minister of Interior, Local Authorities and National Planning Kamel Beldjoud affirmed Wednesday, in Skikda, that “the State is willing to take all the necessary measures to support the victims of the earthquake which hit Sunday the province.”
ALGIERS-A quantity of cannabis amounting to more than 10 quintals, introduced via the borders with Morocco, was seized and 13 drug traffickers were arrested by combined detachments of the People's National Army (ANP) during the period from 18 to 24 November, the Ministry of National Defense announced Wednesday in a communiqué.
ANNABA- The cement plant Hadjar Soud (Skikda), coming under the Algerian public cement group GICA, exported 41,000 tonnes of clinker to the island of Haiti and the Dominican Republic from the port of Annaba.
ORAN- The fertilization system through drip irrigation has been introduced, for the first time in Oran, in the citrus growing by setting up a fertilization station that enables increasing the production and improving the product calibration volume in order to export it, the project’s originator said on Tuesday.
JIJEL- Up to 2 million tonnes of clinker (semi-finished cement) have been exported since early 2020 from Jijel’s Djen Djen port to several countries, CEO of this port company Abdesslem Bouab said on Monday.