Executive Director in the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation, Penda Naanda, said Namibia is concerned by the political situation in Burkina Faso, where a coup d’état toppled President Roch Marc Christian Kabore recently, as the country remains resolute in its stance on zero tolerance in regards to acceding to power through unconstitutional means. Naanda said that Namibia supports the Economic Community of West African States’ demand for the immediate release of President Kabore, and all the other political detainees, and the restoration of constitutional order and return of government to civilian rule. The country also supports the suspension of Burkina Faso from all AU activities until the restoration of normal constitutional order in the country.
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