Private sector collaboration in the industries of oil, gas, green hydrogen, and education has been listed as a priority area for the new Heads of Mission accredited to Namibia.

Twelve new diplomats presented their letters of credence and commission to President Hage Geingob at State House.

Namibia's pursuit of economic diplomacy and commitment to developing energy sources and other industries has seen heightened interest from its bilateral partners. Heads of Mission accredited to Namibia too are clear about their foreign policy objectives concerning trade with Namibia, especially in the new industries of oil, gas, and green hydrogen.

Among the twelve, three are based in Namibia, including Dr. Thorsten Hutter of Germany and Ana Beatrize Martins, who is the Head of the EU Delegation in the country.

The presentation of letters of credence and commission symbolises the acceptance of a particular Ambassador or High Commissioner designate by the Head of State.

Others are from countries such as Tanzania, Jamaica, Romania and The Gambia.

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