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Embassy of Namibia
Avenue de Tervuren 454
BE 1150 Brussels
 
Tel +32 (0) 2 771 14 10
Fax +32 (0) 2 771 96 89

info@namibiaembassy.be

 

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Welcome

Welcome to the official web site of the Embassy of Namibia to Belgium, the Netherlands, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Mission to the European Union.

Namibia is a modern and accessible country with excellent business opportunities, making it a perfect gateway to Southern Africa.

Namibia offers an excellent transport and communications infrastructure. The port of Walvis Bay has shown exponential growth on a yearly basis. Namport leads the stats of growth, as well as the transport corridors linking Walvis Bay to landlocked countries, but also to Angola and South Africa.

There are many excellent investment opportunities in Namibia. Recently the Ohorongo Cement Plant has gone into operation, with a production of 700,000 tons of cement per year, the most modern of its kind in Africa.

Every year more and more tourists discover the breathtaking beauty of Namibia with its magnificent wealth of cultures, the endless desert, wildlife and scenery.

Please feel free to contact us regarding any further questions you might have.
 

H.E. Dr. Mekondjo Kaapanda-Girnus
Ambassador
 

On 20 April 2021 Ambassador Dr. Mekondjo Kaapanda-Girnus presented her Letters of Credence to His Majesty, King Philippe of Belgium. Namibia looks forward to cementing and growing relations with the Kingdom of Belgium in areas such as business, culture and sports.
 
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