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Legacy of late President Hage Geingob honored in Benelux diplomatic mission

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The remembrance and celebration of the legacy of late President Hage Geingob continue,  with the latest one being Namibia's diplomatic mission to Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg, known as the Benelux countries.

The late President Geingob personified Namibia's relationship with European countries and ensured that this was anchored on the concept of mutual benefits.

Nostalgia over his deeds still lingers around a month after his burial, and the Namibian Embassy to the Benelux countries fondly recalled the impact of the late leader.

Namibian Embassy in Belgium and the Netherlands hosts memorial for late President Geingob

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Namibia's Embassy in the Kingdom of Belgium and the Netherlands, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, and the Mission to the European Union will hold a memorial service for the late President Dr. Hage Geingob in the Netherlands.

The belated memorial service for Dr. Geingob will broadcast live this evening from half past eight.

Due to this live broadcast, the evening news bulletin will air at 19:00.

Dr. Geingob died on the 4th of February and was buried on the 25th of February.

More countries show interest in Green Hydrogen Projects

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A number of countries have shown interest in and are looking for opportunities in Green Hydrogen Projects.

This was confirmed when Vice President Nangolo Mbumba hosted the Prime Ministers of Denmark and the Netherlands.

Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of the Netherlands, stated that the visit was beneficial for Namibia, the Netherlands, and other European countries.

Netherlands PM says no, to interference on genocide reparation negotiations

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The Prime Minister of the Netherlands says his country will not interfere in the ongoing negotiations between Namibia and Germany on genocide reparations.

Mark Rutte was responding to media questions on whether the Netherlands would support the quest of some descendants of the genocide victims.

The groups claim to be excluded from the N$18 billion genocide reparation package reached after more than six rounds of talks between the Namibian and German Governments.

Netherlands and Denmark Prime Ministers visit Namibia

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The Prime Ministers of the Netherlands and Denmark are in the country for a joint working visit.

Mark Rutte and Mette Frederiksen are currently meeting at the State House with President Hage Geingob and other senior officials.

The joint visit is expected to present the three countries with a great opportunity to strengthen dialogue on global challenges and opportunities as well as widen and deepen coordinated and genuine partnerships.

President Geingob to host Danish and Dutch Prime Ministers

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The Prime Ministers of the Netherlands and Denmark will undertake a joint working visit to Namibia on Monday.

State House, in a media statement, announced that Mark Rutte and Mette Frederiksen will be hosted by President Hage Geingob.

The joint visit is expected to present the three countries with a great opportunity to strengthen dialogue on global challenges and opportunities as well as widen and deepen coordinated and genuine partnerships.

Finland welcomes Namibia's agreement with EU

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Finland has welcomed Namibia's agreement with the European Union to develop sustainable raw materials and renewable hydrogen.

The Nordic country is the latest EU member state to express cooperation in the new industry.

Namibia has been the subject of heightened interest from developed countries such as Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, and others since the government announced plans to position the country as a global leader in the supply of clean energy.