CHECKLIST ON THE NEW PROTOCOLS ON FLYING TO NAMIBIA
The government of Namibia has launched a Trusted Travel System to strengthen the country’s ability to verify, authenticate and validate test results, particularly COVID-19 test results. As of 15 January 2022, inbound and outbound travelers will be required to present at the port of entry and/or exit, a covid-19 test results (PCR) obtained on the Trusted Travel Platform or verified on the Global Haven System. To create an account and upload the results you can visit www.globalhaven.org. Further details can be obtained at www.africacdc.org/trusted-travel
- Health Questionnaire to be downloaded at www.namibiatourism.com.na
- Covid19 PCR Test Results not older than 72 hours calculated from the date that the sample
for testing was taken
- An accommodation which is approved by the Namibia Tourism Board. Also available at namibiatourism.com.na
- On arrival at the Hosea Kutako International Airport, and clearance thereof, the tourists will be allowed to proceed to the accommodation of his/her choice as prebooked. The tourists can proceed to the next destination according the itinerary which he/she came with.
- For tourist related questions regarding the latest COVID-19 regulations, kindly contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, +264612906000.
- For testing and quarantine related questions, kindly contact: email@example.com – Ms. Shoopala at the MoHSS, +264612032700/02 or +264612032068.
UNITED NATIONS, Nov 23 2016 (IPS/G77) – The Vienna-based UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), which commemorates its 50th anniversary this year, has continued to play a leading role in the industrialization of developing nations and economies in transition, since the UN agency’s creation in 1966.
Presentation of the Credentials to the President of Bulgaria by H.E. Maruta
Hon. Obeth Kandjoze, H.E. Simon Maruta & Dr. Andreas Mwoombola – the 60th Regular Session of the IAEA.
Opening Ceremony of the Foreign Policy Review Conference at NIPAM in Windhoek, Namibia on 25th July 2016, with H.E. Dr. Hage Geingob, President of the Republic of Namibia and Hon. Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Relations and Cooperation
The Namibia Permanent Mission with a seat in Vienna-Austria in their quest to promote economic diplomacy organized a series of promotional activities in Hungary from July 11-12 and Austria from July 13-15, 2016. Both events were aimed to promote foreign direct investment, trade and tourism between Namibia and the two respective countries.
Namibian and Hungarian Delegation at the Marriot Hotel during the Seminar on Investment in Namibia on 12th July 2016.
16 May 2016, Windhoek, Namibia
The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA,His Excellency, Yukiya Amano, is in the country for a three day visit. As a major uranium producing country, the visit is aimed at strengthening ties between IAEA and Namibia on cooperation on areas of nuclear energy, agriculture and human health with the focus on cancer prevention and cancer treatment methodologies.
He met with the Honourable ,Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Relations.
As a Member State of the IAEA, and Member of IAEA Board of
Governors, Namibia cooperates with the IAEA in various areas of the three pillars of the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty, namely in the peaceful uses of nuclear technology, nuclear disarmament and non-Proliferation of nuclear weapons.
The Ministry of Health and Social Services serves as the focal point for IAEA.