Malaysia–Namibia relations refers to bilateral foreign relations between the two countries, Malaysia and Namibia. Malaysia has a high commission in Windhoek, and Namibia has a high commission in Kuala Lumpur.
Both countries were once part of the British Empire and before Namibia achieved its independence, Malaysia has contributed to some operations in Namibia by sending a group of soldiers to help monitor the Namibia elections and peace process. Today, the relations are much more focused in economic cooperation.
During the Mahathir era, several agreements have been signed by both countries such as the agreement on economic, science and technical cooperation. In 2006, the total trade between Malaysia and Namibia worth around U$29 million, with exports valued at U$6.7 million and imports at U$22.3 million. Malaysia also stand as one of the major export partner for Namibia. There is also opportunities for Namibian students to studied in Malaysia, and Namibia is keen to learn Malaysian education system.
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