Namibia, Zimbabwe expected to sign several bilateral agreements

Namibia, Zimbabwe expected to sign several bilateral agreements

The Presidency in a statement to the media said that President Hage Geingob and counterpart Emmerson Mnangagwa are expected to witness the signing of a number of bilateral agreements.
The agreements are aimed at boosting trade and investment and to explore new areas of cooperation.
President Mnangagwa's state visit follows the hosting of the ninth session of the Namibia-Zimbabwe Joint Commission of Cooperation meeting.
The Presidency further announced that the Zimbabwean Head of State will inaugurate the dry port at Walvis Bay, on land which was donated by the Namibian government.
President Mnangagwa's delegation includes ministers, senior officials and captains of industries.