Namibia and Angola have agreed to review and renew some of their agreements.

This was resolved during the Senior Officials Meeting that was held ahead of the Inaugural of the Bi-National Commission in Angola. 

A legal audit determined that Namibia and Angola have about sixty agreements in different sectors. 

The meeting reviewed different agreements between the two countries and the relevance of some of the agreements, both those that expired and those that needed renewal.

As is customary, however, the final document could not be released at the end of the meeting.

Naanda says the document will be finalised within this week.

The agreements are in the sectors of defence, education, health, energy, and agriculture, among others. 

The document will be presented to the ministers, who will convene a meeting before the inaugural of the Bi-National Commission, anticipated to take place next month.



Selima Henock