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Mourad Benmehidi

Permanent Representative

Algeria

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And Chairman Of The Group

G77


Affiliations

Alliance of Small Island States

Member


Arab Group

Member


Embassy

Secretary


Education

law degree

University of Algiers


Web References(95 Total References)


Joint statement issued at the conclusion of the 13th Ministerial Meeting on Climate Change | MySite

odandbrown.co.uk [cached]

Ambassador Mourad Benmehidi, Permanent Representative of Algeria to the United Nations as Chair of the G77 and China, as well as the representatives of Fiji, a member of the Alliance of Small Island States and incoming Chair of G77 and China, and Qatar, incoming President of COP18/CMP8 participated in the meeting as Observers.
Egypt, a member of the Arab Group and Nepal, the incoming Chair of LDCs were also invited.


Joint statement issued at the conclusion of the 12th Ministerial Meeting on Climate Change | MySite

odandbrown.co.uk [cached]

Barbados was represented by Ms. Maxine McClean, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade; Algeria, Chair of the Group of 77 and China, by Ambassador Mourad Benmehidi, Permanent Representative of Algeria to the United Nations; Qatar, incoming President of COP-18/CMP-8, by Mr. Rashid Ahmad Al-Kuwari, Assistant General Secretary for Environmental Affairs of the Ministry of the Environment; and Argentina by Minister MaríaFabiana Loguzzo, Director for Environmental Issues of the Ministry of Foreign Relations and Worship.


Statements

www.reachingcriticalwill.org [cached]

Algeria, Ambassador Mourad Benmehidi


Panel Discussions - IPI Screens Film "The Terrorist Who Came Home"

www.ipinst.org [cached]

The screening was hosted by the International Peace Institute in partnership with the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force (CTITF) and featured a post-screening discussion between Mr. Barrett and Mourad Benmehidi, Permanent Representative of Algeria to the United Nations.
Ambassador Benmehidi noted three key elements of Algeria's deradicalization and reconciliation measures that helped shape a positive environment for former fighters to cease violent activity. First, open letters or fatwas issued by credible Islamic scholars were used to establish a relationship of trust with ex-terrorists, giving them the necessary spiritual and religious support for their decision. Second, the perpetrators were assured that society, and most notably, their families, were prepared to accept them again. Finally, governments and institutions were encouraged to address the root causes of terrorism, including alienation, social marginalization and economic security. In response to a question about the efficacy of Algeria's program, Ambassador Benmehidi noted, "So far we are able to say that more than 10,000 terrorists have surrendered and are now living normal lives...[P]eople come in daily to turn themselves in."


www.granma.cu

Algeria's UN representative Mourad Benmehidi recalled that his country has always condemned the extraterritorial imposition of national laws and other forms of economic coercion.


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