External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar co-chaired the first India-Namibia Joint Commission with Namibian Foreign Minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah at Windhoek. In his opening remarks, Dr. Jaishankar said Namibia occupies a very special place in the hearts of Indians. 

He said India supported Namibia’s independence and Indians were very pleased to see Namibia take its rightful place in the comity of nations. He said India-Namibia ties are forged in developmental cooperation, capacity-building programmes and political solidarity. 

Dr. Jaishankar said the Joint

Commission will review and assess the progress India-Namibia ties. He added that this process of high-level visits and constant dialogue will help navigate the India-Namibia partnership better in times to come.
The External Affairs Minister also inaugurated the India-Namibia Centre of Excellence in Information Technology in Windhoek. He said this Centre will contribute to research, cyber security and good governance. He expressed confidence that Namibia’s youth will also use it as a platform to demonstrate their talent and creativity.

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