2010 - "Yugoslav-Algerian Relations"

Venue and date of opening: Embassy of Algeria to Serbia, Belgrade, 16 December 2010
Exhibition opened by: Abdelkader Mesdoua, Ambassador of Algeria to Serbia
(The exhibition was opened as part of the ceremony of the official opening of the Embassy premises)
Organisation: Archives of Yugoslavia
Author of the exhibition: Nada Pantelić and Dušan Jončić 

Opened on 16 December 2010, the exhibition of documents “Yugoslav-Algerian Relations” presents documents, photographs and mutually exchanged notes by the Presidents of the two states in the period from 1958 to 1982. The documents are evidence of Yugoslav-Algerian relations that started back in the times of Algerian struggle for independence, of cooperation and meetings at the highest official level both in Belgrade and in Algiers. Nearly fifty documents and photographs are on display in four panels and two showcases.
The opening of the exhibition was attended by the members of the diplomatic corps, religious dignitaries, representatives of the civil society and members of the Algerian community.
Some of the documents displayed: 


Telegram from the President of Provisional Government of Algeria, Benyoussef Benkhedda, to President Tito, 16 April 1962 .




Reply of the President of Algeria Ben Bella, to the note by Josip Broz Tito


President Tito’s visit to Algeria, 15 to 24 April 1965


Algerian President Houari Boumediene’s visit to Yugoslavia, 6-11 October 1966. 



Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdelaziz Bouteflika received by President Tito, 8 April 1970.



Reply of the President of Algeria Huari Bumedijen to the note by Josip Broz Tito, 22 July 1971.


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