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Foreign relations of Namibia

Summary
Namibia follows a largely independent foreign policy, with strong affiliations with states that aided the independence struggle, including Nigeria, Libya, and Cuba. In Africa, Namibia has been involved in conflicts in neighbouring Angola as well as Democratic Republic of the Congo. International organizations Namibia is a member of 47 international organizations. These are: United Nations Namibia became the 160th member of the United Nations on 23 April 1990 upon independence. International disputes Namibia is involved in several minor international disputes.
  • Commission established with Botswana to resolve small residual disputes along the Caprivi Strip, including the Situngu marshlands along the Linyanti River
  • Botswana residents protest Namibia's planned construction of the Okavango hydroelectric dam on Popa Falls
  • Managed dispute with South Africa over the location of the boundary in the Orange River
  • Dorm
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