WINDHOEK: The Swaziland Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Minister Mtiti Fakudze described the visit to Namibia as impressive and successful.
Fakduze was in Namibia accompanying King Mswati III of the Kingdom of Swaziland who paid a five-day visit this week.
“We have visited Namibia Port authority, dry docks, fish factories, Ohorongo cement among others. It is impressive to see these institutions employing a lot of people,” he state.
Fakudze and Acting Foreign Affairs Minister Abraham Iyambo signed a minute on the official talks between the Namibian delegation and that of Swaziland led by President Hifikepunye Pohamba and King Mswati III that took place on Tuesday at State House.
The minutes entail the identified potential areas where Namibia and Swaziland can cooperate, among others trade and investment, agriculture, energy, mining, tourism and education.
Mswati and his entaurage left for Swaziland on Saturday (today).