The Algeria–Brazil relations is the relationship between the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria and the Federative Republic of Brazil. Algeria maintains an embassy in Brasilia and Brazil has an embassy in Algiers.
Brazil established relations with Algeria following the independence of Algeria from France at 1962.
Recently, two countries have engaged in a closer relationship between Brazil and Algeria. In 2015, Brazil considered Algeria as a "partner of choice", and has been wishing to forge a closer relations between two states.
- Embassy of Algeria in Brazil (in French) (in Portuguese)
- Brazilian Embassy in Algiers (in Arabic) (in French) (in Portuguese)
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