Siamunene in Namibia for JPC
Defence Minister Richwell Siamunene has arrived in Namibia for the Joint Permanent Commission –JPC- meeting on defence and security, between that country and Zambia.
Mr Siamunene arrived in Namibia for the ministerial programme, which starts tomorrow, with a tour of NAMPORT at Walvis Bay.
The Zambian Defence Minister is expected to be joined by Home Affairs Deputy Minister, Colonel Panji Kaunda, who is expected to arrive in Namibia tomorrow.
According to the programme released to ZNBC’s Julius Sakala in Namibia, Mr Siamunene and his Namibian counterpart, Penda Ya Ndakolo, will also tour Etosha Corporation, which is in Walvis Bay.
On Friday, September 11, the ministerial session of the JPC meeting is expected to open.
Final resolutions and recommendations from the committee sessions will be top of the agenda for the ministerial sessions.
The JPC will now close on Friday, with the release of an official communiqué.