President Geingob wraps up Kenya visit, leaves for UN Conference on Trade and Development in Switzerland

President Geingob wraps up Kenya visit, leaves for UN Conference on Trade and Development in Switzerland
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Namibian Presidency

President Hage Geingob and his delegation arrived in Geneva, Switzerland to attend the UN Conference on Trade and Development's (UNCTAD) World Investment Forum, scheduled to start on Monday.
Geingob travelled to Geneva, after concluding a three-day state visit to Kenya which was preceded by the inaugural meeting of the Joint-Cooperation Commission between the two countries.
The visit also saw agreements being signed to hold political and diplomatic consultations, joint promotion in tourism and youth development matters.
Geingob and first lady Monica Geingos, also undertook site visits to Kenya's Black Tulip Flower Farm and the Eden Tea plantation.
Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation, Selma Ashipala-Musavyi says the visits were aimed at looking at the competitive advantage of Kenya's exports compared to Namibia's.
President Geingob paid homage to the Founding President of Kenya Mzee Jomo Kenyatta and laid a wreath at his Mausoleum in Nairobi.