Botswana, Namibia promise to jointly combat coronavirus, support foreign trade
(MENAFN) On Friday, Jan. 29, Botswana and Namibia concurred to work thoroughly in the acquisition and delivery of coronavirus vaccines together with foreign trade.
The deal was reached on Friday by Namibia's leader Hage Geingob and his Botswanan Counterpart Mokgweetsi Masisi in Masisi's one-day state visit to Namibia.
A letter inked between the two heads of state showed that both nations concurred on "a joint approach to vaccine procurement, delivery, regulatory approval and vaccination of citizens in either country."
The two states also vowed to do their best performance and work together on coronavirus testing and test result validity.
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