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President Hu Ends Visit to Namibia
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President Hu Jintao concluded a state visit to Namibia, leaving Windhoek on Tuesday for South Africa as his Africa trip continued.


President Hu, who arrived in Windhoek on Monday, held talks with his Namibian counterpart Hifikepunye Pohamba on bilateral relations, the Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation and other major issues of common concern.


Speaking highly of Sino-Namibia friendship and cooperation, the two leaders conducted in-depth discussion on ways and means of strengthening bilateral cooperation. They agreed to work together to implement various agreements and to push the China-Namibia cooperative ties to a new high.


During Hu's visit, the two countries signed five documents for cooperation in such fields as economic technology, human resources, education and tourism.


Namibia is the fifth-leg of Hu's eight-nation Africa tour, which has taken him to Cameroon, Liberia, Sudan, and Zambia, and will also take him to South Africa, Mozambique and Seychelles.


(Xinhua News Agency February 7, 2007)

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