Nam, Indonesia talk business

Nam, Indonesia talk business

THE Embassy of Indonesia in Namibia is working on an exchange programme for businesspeople from Namibia and Indonesia to exchange visits to learn from each other.

Ambassador Leonardus Widayamto of Indonesia paid a courtesy call on President Hifikepunye Pohamba yesterday to brief him on some of the bilateral socio-economic programmes in the pipeline. Widayamto told members of the media soon after his meeting with the Head of State that his country is also considering sourcing fish products from Namibia to cater for its population of 220 million.”You can see that our population is so big that we do not have enough fish, therefore, I understand that Namibia is in the right position for Indonesia to source fish from,” he said.Widayamto and Pohamba also exchanged views on the United Nations Climate Change underway at the Bali International Convention Centre in Indonesia.The Namibian delegation left on Monday to participate at the event that has brought together representatives from more than 180 countries.Environment and Tourism Minister Willem Konjore departed yesterday for Indonesia to take part in the ministerial segment that will conclude the conference next week.The main goal of the conference is threefold – to launch negotiations on a climate change deal for the post-2012 period, to set the agenda for these negotiations and to reach agreement on when these negotiations will have to be concluded.NampaWidayamto told members of the media soon after his meeting with the Head of State that his country is also considering sourcing fish products from Namibia to cater for its population of 220 million.”You can see that our population is so big that we do not have enough fish, therefore, I understand that Namibia is in the right position for Indonesia to source fish from,” he said.Widayamto and Pohamba also exchanged views on the United Nations Climate Change underway at the Bali International Convention Centre in Indonesia.The Namibian delegation left on Monday to participate at the event that has brought together representatives from more than 180 countries.Environment and Tourism Minister Willem Konjore departed yesterday for Indonesia to take part in the ministerial segment that will conclude the conference next week.The main goal of the conference is threefold – to launch negotiations on a climate change deal for the post-2012 period, to set the agenda for these negotiations and to reach agreement on when these negotiations will have to be concluded.Nampa

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