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Successful visit by the Mayor of Bremen to Namibia

On its way from the airport, the delegation stopped at a special place: the Namibian version of the Town musicians of Bremen, a German fairy tale closely related to the city of Bremen.

On its way from the airport, the delegation stopped at a special place: the Namibian version of the "Town musicians of Bremen", a German fairy tale closely related to the city of Bremen., © Lea Heidemann

11.06.2018 - Press release

Meetings with high-ranked politicians

During his stay, Dr. Sieling met H.E. Dr. Nangolo Mbumba, Vice President of the Republic of Namibia, Hon. Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Relations and Cooperation and Hon. Prof. Dr. Peter Katjavivi, Speaker of the National Assembly. He also visited the Bokamoso Entrepreneurial Center and the Goreangab Water Reclamation Plant. In Walvis Bay, Dr. Sieling visited the Port of Walvis Bay and met its CEO Bisey Uirab.

Ms. Linnert had separate meetings with Hon. McHenry Venaani, MP, President of the Popular Democratic Movement and Leader of the Official Opposition, as well as Counsellor Teckla Uuwanga, Deputy Mayor of the City of Windhoek.

Joint Declaration for a closer scientific cooperation

On 7 June, 2018, Prof. Dr. Quante-Brandt and Hon. Dr. Itah Kandjii-Murangi, Minister of Higher Education, Training and Innovation of the Republic of Namibia, signed a Joint Declaration of Intent on cooperation in the field of science between the Senate of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen and the Government of the Republic of Namibia.

Numerous networking opportunities

The business delegation also had B2B meetings, visited Namibian Breweries, the Aviation Centre and other companies in Windhoek as well as Hangana Seafoods and the oil storage facility site in Walvis Bay. Many promising avenues for investment and closer cooperation were identified.

The visit served to strengthen the close and longstanding ties between Bremen and Namibia dating back to the liberation struggle long before independence.  


    

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