“The session has
provided us with an excellent platform to conclude a number of
bilateral frameworks that will revitalize our engagements in
various areas of mutual interest,” Juma said.
She noted that the
envisaged signing of these key frameworks during the visit to
Kenya on Friday by Namibia’s President Hage Geingob will provide
commendable momentum towards reinvigoration and consolidation of
She added that the
joint commission was able to review the existing frameworks of
cooperation, verified the next step to address those that have
lapsed and made recommendations on the way forward.
“It is equally
important to note that the meeting was able to identify key
sectors of our economies with potential for collaboration in
line with our comparative advantages to foster shared prosperity
for two nations and peoples,” she observed.
Juma said that both
nations have a timely opportunity to harness the momentous
political goodwill and resolute mutual desire at the highest
level to elevate the bilateral relations to a more strategic