Namibia and Guinea on Monday inaugurated a bilateral Joint Commission for Cooperation (JCC) here.

Namibia looks forward to reaping more benefits from its cooperation with Guinea, said Namibia’s Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah when she hosted Guinea’s Minister of Foreign Affair Mamadi Toure.

In her speech, Nandi-Ndaitwah said the JCC is a platform that the two nations can use to review the bilateral cooperation as well as to explore possible areas of cooperation.

“It is my conviction that Guinea will join our exclusive list of niche markets and serve as an ideal export destination for our fish and fish products, beef, leather, salt, and other minerals,” she said.

Namibia expects to receive various products as imports to retail stores from Guinea, like processed cocoa products, root crops, vegetable oil and seeds, such as raw and processed Shea nuts as well as apparel, among others, said the minister.

“It is our belief that through the Africa Continental Free Trade Area, we will be able to strengthen trade among ourselves as Africans,” she added. Enditem


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