Immigration officials from Namibia and Zambia have called for the development of a five-year action plan between the two countries to facilitate trade and investment. The two countries held a cross-border meeting at Katima Mulilo on Wednesday, with discussions centered around bilateral relations and how the two nations can cooperate on migration management at border posts. Future Media News spoke to the Chief of Immigration in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety and Security, Nehemia Nghishekwa, who said that, among other things, the parties have agreed to meet every three months to evaluate the progress made.
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