Senior officials meeting for the inaugural session of the Angola-Namibia Bi-National Commission convened in Luanda, Angola, on Thursday.

The three-day session will review, facilitate exchange, and bring about substantive ideas that will reinforce cooperation between the two countries.

During the opening ceremony, the head of the Namibian delegation and Executive Director in the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation, Penda Naanda, said Namibia and Angola continue to enjoy excellent and cordial bilateral relations, dating back to the liberation struggle. 

Ambassador Domingos Lopes, the Secretary of State for International Cooperation in the Ministry of External Relations of Angola, added that the two countries will greatly benefit from the 'one stop' border post, the industrial value chain, and the transfer of skills and technology.

Discussions will include cross-border matters between the two countries, as well as water provision, trade, health, and skills transfer.

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Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation-Namibia


Selima Henock