German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed Algeria’s commitment to repatriating rejected asylum-seekers during her visit to Algiers on Monday. Merkel highlighted the “very constructive cooperation” between German and Algerian authorities during talks with her counterpart, Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia. “We talked about how to make the process more efficient, so that those who have no right to stay will be returned,” she added. At the same, however, the German chancellor also said there should more opportunities for young Algerians to migrate to Germany legally, such as through a student visa program. “Both sides belong together,” Merkel said. Watch video 12:04 Share ‘Africa’s women are the key to its success’ Send Facebook Twitter google+ Whatsapp Tumblr linkedin stumble Digg reddit Newsvine Permalink https://p.dw.com/p/34Zwb Gerd Müller: ‘Africa’s women are the key to its success’ The chancellor also highlighted Algeria’s role in resolving conflicts afflicting the northern African region, praising the country’s commitment to resolving the civil war in Mali and being privy to diplomatic discussions on Libya’s future. Algeria’s pledge Algeria would strive to deal with the roughly 3,700 Algerians illegally residing in Germany, Ouyahia told reporters in Algiers, provided German officials could prove the rejected applicants are indeed Algerian. “Algeria is taking… Read full this story
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