Malian Prime Minister arrives in Namibia for a four-day state visit

Malian Prime Minister Modibo Keita arrived in Namibia on Sunday on a four-day state visit, aimed to strengthen bilateral relations between the two nations.
Keita says his visit is to find ways in which the two countries can strengthen their bilateral relations in many aspects of development to benefit both nations.
He says his visit will also allow the two nations to engage with the frame work of the Mali-Namibia Joint Permanent Commission of Co-operation regarding the technical culture and economic co-operation.
The Prime minister says the visit will also strengthen a lot of areas of co-operation including Education, Mining, Foreign relations and Agricultures.
He notes that his delegation includes Ministers in those areas of development and expertise.