PUBLIC ADDRESS BY: MR. BRAHIM GHALI, PRESIDENT OF THE SAHARAWI ARAB DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC
Namibia’s position on the right to self-determination and independence of the people of Western Sahara has been clear and consistent, and the Namibian Government and people continue to call upon the international community, particularly the United Nations, to ensure that the Saharawi people exercise their full right to self-determination without any further delays.
KEYNOTE STATEMENT BY HON. CHRISTINE //HOEBES, DEPUTY MINISTER OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND COOPERATION ON BEHALF OF HON. NETUMBO NANDI NDAITWAH, DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER AND MINISTER OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND COOPERATION DURING THE AFRICAN PEER REVIEW MECHANISM SENSITIZATION PROJECT IN NAMIBIA CIVIL SOCIETY TRAINING WORKSHOP, 17 APRIL 2018 HEJAL LODGE, WINDHOEK
Let me therefore begin by warmly welcoming our guests to Namibia. I would also like to commend the Institute for Public Policy Research, as well as the South African Institute of International Affairs, and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, for organizing this very important Workshop. As we are aware, the African Peer Review Mechanism, is one of the most important innovative initiatives which places a high premium on the promotion of democracy, good political and economic governance, as well as good corporate governance, and socio-economic development.