Geingob departs for London

17 April 2018 | Government

President Hage Geingob is departing for London this morning to attend the Commonwealth Business Forum and Commonwealth of Heads of Government meeting on Thursday.
The presidency also announced this morning that the president is expected to meet with the Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge on Wednesday morning.
The Commonwealth Heads of Government will meet in London and Windsor in the United Kingdom from 16 to 20 April 2018.
The summit will discuss a number of issues including security threats such as terrorism, human trafficking, cybercrime and serious, organised crime.
According to the presidential spokesperson Alfredo Hengari, the president will visit the facilities of the De Beers Group at Maidenhead, Berkshire, holding meetings with its leadership on 21 April.
“President Geingob will participate in the Commonwealth Business Forum Summit round table with senior business leaders,” Hengari said.



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