A/HRC/WGEID/107/1 III. Other activities 6. At its 107th session, the Working Group met with representatives from the Latin American and Caribbean Group, and held formal meetings with representatives of the Governments of Japan and Ukraine. 7. The Working Group also met with the Committee on Enforced Disappearances to exchange information on activities and to further cooperation and coordination on enforced disappearances. It also had a discussion with the president of the Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo organization and met with two experts of the Interdisciplinary Group of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights on the case of the students of Ayotzinapa, Mexico. 8. The 107th session coincided with the thirtieth session of the Human Rights Council, during which the Working Group presented to the Council its annual report (A/HRC/30/38), its reports on its missions to the Western Balkans (A/HRC/30/38/Add.1, A/HRC/30/38/Add.2 and A/HRC/30/38/Add.3), its follow-up report to the recommendations made following its visits to Mexico and Timor-Leste (A/HRC/30/38/Add.4) and its study on enforced disappearances and economic, social and cultural rights (A/HRC/30/38/Add.5). IV. Information concerning enforced or involuntary disappearances in States reviewed by the Working Group Albania Information from the Government 9. On 30 April 2015, the Government of Albania provided information on one outstanding case. The information provided was considered insufficient to lead to a clarification. Algeria Standard procedure 10. The Working Group transmitted 12 cases to the Government of Algeria, concerning: (a) Mohamed Guellati, allegedly arrested at his workplace at the Centre Universitaire Larbi Ben M’hidi, Oum El Bouaghi Province, by the security services; (b) Amar Gouadjlia, allegedly arrested by gendarmes in El Nakhla, Douar Ouled Abelakel, commune Ain M’lila, Oum El Bouaghi; (c) Amar Haddad, allegedly arrested by agents of national security in Hama, Sétif; (d) Djamel Ghomri, allegedly arrested on 10 December 1994 by police officers in Casbah, Algiers; (e) Djamel Bouaïcha, allegedly abducted on 15 July 1995 in Aïn Lahdjar, commune de Fouka, Tipaza Province, by four plainclothed police officers; (f) Adda Abdelhadi, allegedly arrested on 9 April 1995 by military and communal police officers in Mazouna, Relizane Province; (g) Abderrahmane Allag, allegedly arrested on 25 October 1994 by police officers in uniform at Meftah, Blida Province; (h) Yacine Kebche, allegedly arrested on 27 July 1995 by armed members of security services, at his workplace at the market of Daksi Abdessalem, Constantine Province; 2

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