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Hage sends letter of condolences to France

Sun, 15 November 2015 06:01
by Online Writer
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President Hage Geingob today, 13 November 2015, sent a letter of condolence to his French counterpart, Francois Hollande, after attacks in Paris during the evening of November 13th.

The Namibian President assured President Hollande by saying in his letter that "these attacks and their evil intent to divide and conquer nations, through fear and violence, have served only to unite us. They have strengthened our resolve to ensure that the ideals of Liberte, Fraternite et Egalite ring true, as we presevere in our common fight against hate and intolerance."