INDHOEK, March 22 (Xinhua) -- Namibia's President Hage Geingob on Friday said his country was working on adding Kenya to its list of export destinations.
Geingob made the remarks at the official welcoming event for Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta held at State House in Windhoek.
Namibia currently exports beef, fish, dates, grapes, diamonds, gold, uranium, marble and salt to countries in Africa, Europe and Asia.
"We are working hard to add other countries to our list of export destinations and will be delighted to have Kenya in that exclusive list," Geingob said.
He added that Kenya and Namibia should look at enhancing cooperation in the transport and logistics sector in order to foster realization of the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement.