100 million for farmers, victims of terrorism
Algiers- The government has decided to grant credit to farmers affected by natural disasters and terrorism, who have lost their crops and were forced to stop all farm work.
- The government has decided to grant credit to farmers affected by natural disasters and terrorism, who have lost their crops and were forced to stop all farm work.
- The Ministry of National Solidarity and Family will support the implementation of the government's decision in the coming days, following a series of meetings between the General Secretariat of the National Farmers Union and the Minister Said Barkat.
- Following these meetings, it was decided to grant financial credits of 100 million centimes for farmers who lost crops due to natural disasters or who have been victims of terrorism that has affected their business and performance for some, and others to stop farming.
- For his part, Secretary General of the National Farmers Union, Mohamed Alioui, said yesterday in a statement to Ennahar, that these loans are intended specifically for farmers operating in difficult areas who were affected by natural disasters or terrorism, to enable them resume work.
- These loans are repayable within a period of four years in the rate of profit which remains unclear. Mr. Alioui said ignoring whether these credits are with or without interest.
- Ennahar / Habiba Mahmoudi