Director General of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Guy Ryder hailed Algeria's experience in social dialogue within the framework of the tripartite (Government-Central Union-Employers), said Thursday the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security in a statement.
During his discussions with Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Security Minister Mohamed El Ghazi, who is participating in the 325th session of the International Labour Office Governing Body in Geneva, Guy Ryder underlined "the achievements made by Algeria in terms of union practices," and reiterated gratitude for the Algerian authorities for their readiness to share experiences with African countries and their financial contributions," said the statement.
The two sides also "discussed means to strengthen relations as well as issues of common interest related to labour, employment and social security," added the statement.
El Ghazi also met with Sudanese Minister of Labour and Administrative Reform Ahmed Babiker Nahar. The two ministers stressed the "need to boost cooperation between the two countries in the field of labour and social security.
The Sudanese minister expressed interest in the Algerian experience in human resources development, especially for the training of Sudanese executives at the Higher Institute of Social Security in Algiers.