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        General Assembly
9 September 2004

Original: English/French

Fifty-ninth session
Item 71 of the provisional agenda*
Strengthening of security and cooperation
in the Mediterranean region

Strengthening of security and cooperation in the Mediterranean region

Report of the Secretary-General


* A/59/150.
** The information contained herein was received after submission of the main report.

II. Replies received from States

[Original: French]
[6 July 2004]

1. Algeria fully supports the objectives and activities contemplated by the General Assembly in its resolution 58/70 of 8 December 2003. In that connection, Algeria has spared no effort in translating into action the aims of the resolution, notably through diplomatic efforts in the areas described below.


Strengthening international and regional peace and security


21. Algeria remains committed to the Middle East peace process and to the establishment of a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in the region. The advent of this peace can only strengthen security and stability in the Mediterranean, to the benefit of all the peoples of the region.

22. Algeria condemns the blocking of the peace process through the policy of violence practised by the State of Israel against the Palestinian people and its legitimate leadership and remains convinced that the Palestinian issue can be settled only by implementing the Arab peace plan adopted by the Beirut Arab Summit in March 2002 and accepted unanimously by the international community as an instrument for peace and for regional concord and by establishing a Palestinian State with Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital.



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