Windhoek — The Chief of General Staff of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA), General Geraldo Sachipendo Nunda, arrived Monday in Namibia for an official visit, at the invitation of his local counterpart Epaphras Denga Ndaitwah.
According to the Angolan army general, the trip comes to reciprocate a similar one paid by Namibian Epaphras Denga Ndaitwah to Angola in August 2011.
He recalled the general agreement and cooperation protocols highly signed between the two countries for a long time and which tend to deepen.
The Angolan Armed Forces send troops to Namibia to improve the English language. In its turn, Namibia sends the staff to learn Portuguese in Angola, the FAA chief said.
Monday the delegation led by general Nunda started presenting the greetings to the minister of defence of Namibia, Charles Namoloh, and hold meeting at General Staff facilities.
Under the visiting agenda, the Angolan entourage will visit Tuesday Navy command in Walvis Bay and Groopfontein. Wednesday the delegation will tour the command of the Army and Armed Forces.
The visiting delegation, integrated by generals, ends visit to Namibia on 31 May.