The World Cup unifies the 2010 dreams
Algiers- While other ministers wanted to go very far in the African Cup and World Cup 2010, the Chief of the sector himself, would like more than the joy experienced in Algeria during the famous match of Khartoum on November 18 and the qualification for World Cup 2010.
- Hashemi Djiar, Minister of Youth and Sports: "I wish we win both the African Cup and the World Cup. Inshallah we will achieve good results ... we have to continue on this path because the responsibility is heavy for me and for the employees in the sector ... Outside my sector, I wish peace and prosperity for the country and for the national team."
Abdelmalek Sellal, Minister of Water Resources: "I wish that this winter there is a lot of rain to fill dams ... and forget about the World Cup"
Rachid Benaissa, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development: "I hope the Greens achieve good results ... I will spend Christmas Eve at home"
El Hadi Khaldi, Minister of Education and Vocational training: "I hope we win the African Cup first and then the World Cup"
Sidi Said, SG UGTA: "I wish that 2010 will be a good year because there was an increase in wages"
Ali Haddad, CEO of ETRHB: "My only wish is to beat England in the world Cup and it does not matter if we do not win the World Cup"
Bouabdallah, Minister of Religious Affairs: "I would like more festivals as those of Sudan"
Mohamed Bairi, President Auto Dealers Association: "I hope we go far in both the African Cup and World Cup ... I also hope that we will stop importing products of poor quality"
Dehbani Said, CEO of Coca Cola Algeria: "My hope is to reopen the border between Algeria and Morocco"
Hasnaoui Abdallah, CEO of Nissan Algeria: "Health and security in 2010, is my wish for 2010"
Ennahar/ Nachida Kouadri