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King Phillipe of Belgium to arrive in Namibia tomorrow for a 5-day state visit

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President Mbumba says King Phillipe's visit will present Namibia and Belgium with an excellent opportunity to deepen the strong bonds of friendship and growing bilateral relations the two countries enjoy.

The sectors of cooperation to be discussed include green hydrogen, environmental protection, tourism, forestry, arts and culture, trade, and investment, as well as the development of port infrastructure.

President cautions against restarting Genocide talks

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The Okandjoze Chiefs Assembly on Genocide has petitioned President Nangolo Mbumba to consider convening a National Consultative Conference to discuss the way forward for restorative justice.

Another subject is the possible enactment as an Act of Parliament, the Namibian Genocide.

The Assembly, comprising different Ovaherero and Ovambanderu traditional authorities, brought forward this position during a courtesy call on President Mbumba at State House.

Senegal's ambassador pays courtesy call on President Mbumba

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President Nangolo Mbumba has once again hailed the democratic processes observed in Senegal as he congratulated President Bassirou Diomaye Faye on his election victory.

Faye emerged victorious in the first round of voting, garnering more than 54 percent of votes, and was sworn in this week.

President Mbumba held talks with Senegal's Ambassador to Namibia, Safiatiou Ndiaye, behind closed doors at State House today.

President Mbumba urges Namibians to embrace compassion this Easter weekend

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Namibians have been encouraged to recommit to the values of compassion, sacrifice, and care for one another as they collectively build a peaceful, safe, and prosperous Namibian house.

President Nangolo Mbumba extended these words of encouragement in a statement, on the occasion of the Easter weekend.

He urged the citizens to steer clear of any conduct that is hurtful, drive safely, and show respect towards law enforcement officers.

The  law enforcement agencies have also been called upon to redouble their efforts to ensure a crime-free weekend.