Ambassador Penda Naanda

Orange River dividing Namibia, SA

Orange River dividing Namibia, SA

Staff Reporter The Namibia South Africa Bi-National Commission has been called off indefinitely because the two countries could allegedly not agree on some agenda points. The Windhoek Observer is reliably informed that South Africa postponed the event that was set to start tomorrow, 9 April until 12 April protesting against the inclusion of the Orange River boundary issue on the agenda. The border of the river falls on the northern bank, the Namibian side, instead of the deepest middle mark of the river, as per international law. The current border arrangement denies Namibia to be a full sharing riparian partner…
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Namibia condemns Guinea coup

Namibia condemns Guinea coup

Staff Writer The Namibian government has condemned the coup d’état in Guinea that culminated in the arrest of President Alpha Condé. Executive Director in the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation, Ambassador Penda Naanda, says in a statement that the government also condemns the dissolution of the country’s constitution. “Namibia is following with great concern the current developments…. as well as the closure of Guinea’s land and air borders,” Naanda says. Namibia also strongly disapproves the lack of respect for the legitimate and democratically elected President of Guinea, and calls upon the military to respect the rule of law and…
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