National Day of the Martyr [ Updated on: February 15th, 2017 ]
As part of the festivities to commemorate the National Day of the Martyr, we are pleased to inform you that the Consulate General of Algeria will organize on February 18th, 2017 at its headquarters 15 E 47 Street, NYC 10017:
Commemorative photo and historical documents exhibition about our Glorious Revolution.
Screening of videos and documentary films about the heroic martyrs of the Revolution: Colonel Lotfi, Krim Belkacem, Benboulaid Mustapha, Zabana Ahmed (from 9 am to 5pm).
Thank you message to the community in Philadelphia [ Updated on: February 11th 2016 ]
My first visit to Philadelphia was a memorable event. Once again, I had the opportunity to reach out to our community members; I would like to express my heartfelt thanks for those who were able to be present on the 8th February 2017. It was both enjoyable and informative.
I would like to give special thanks to:
Dr. Hocine Fetni, who took the time to meet with me and offered a tour of the Penn’s historic campus in Philadelphia with friends and colleagues.
The Algerian café at Passyunk Avenue was a great opportunity to discuss the challenges facing the Algerian community. We enjoyed meeting with some of you. I especially appreciated the very warm welcome and the delicious Millefeuille enjoyed in the Algerian way with mint tea!
“Pizza Stadium” offered the best Algerian Pizza flavor in the USA the crust was great, we enjoyed it very much in a pleasant atmosphere!!
Chocolat Lounge, "Salon du Chocolat"
[ Updated on: December 7th, 2016 ]
The Permanent Mission of Algeria to UN in collaboration with the Consulate General of Algeria in New-York, have remarkably marked their participation at the "Salon du Chocolat" held on December 6, at the UN headquarters.
This event was organized by the Arab Ladies Club to the United Nations (ALUN) and The United Nations Africain Ambassadors Spouses Group (UNAASG), on the occasion of the 2016 holiday season celebration.
Algeria was represented in this Salon by the executive pastry Chef Hichem Lahreche, who offered a big variety of his delicious carefully crafted chocolate dessert.
The Algerian, Hichem Lahreche, named one of the 2016 Top ten Chocolatiers in North America [ Updated on: October 22th, 2016 ]
The selection of the Top Ten Chocolatiers honors North American-based chocolatiers whose craft is distinctive and has elevated the chocolate industry.
Hichem Lahreche, an Algerian residing in the state of Florida, was honored among the top ten outstanding chocolate artisans at an inaugural Top Ten Chocolatiers in North American event hosted by the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE) in NYC.
In reference to this recognition, the Consul General of Algeria in New York, Mrs. Sabria Boukadoum congratulated Mr. Lahrache indicating that this achievement should serve as an example to members of the Algerian community in the US. It should pave the way for achieving further distinctions in other areas, and motivate them to develop their skills.
Hichem Lahreche is also a pastry chef artist specialized in garnishing chocolate pastries, uses in his confections fine ingredients inspired from the Algerian culinary such as olive oil, figs, and mint.
Congratulations to Hichem Lahreche of “Criollo Chocolatier”
On the occasion of "Youm El Ilm, April 16", the Consulate General of Algeria in New York welcomed Algerian children in its premises and walked them through the services offered to the community members.
We are sharing with you nice memories:
On the same occasion, the Algerian American Scientists Association is issuing the following announcement: AASA Association on the 2016 competition for Algerian students (Read more here)
Happy "Youm El Ilm "
This year the AASA has decided to announce the competition today and celebrate the students who won the contest at the beginning of November 2016 for the Algerian revolution day celebration celebration.
You will be able to select two topics:
1 The significance and origin of youm El - Ilm
2 The description of one of your role models who you think had an impact on Algeria. The role model could be a nobel prize laureate, a writer, or any one of your choosing.
The details on the competition will be announced during the month of May and students will have the whole summer to prepare thier project.