Book handover ceremony marks new cultural exchange between Malaysia and Namibia

KUALA LUMPUR, April 20 (Bernama) — A book handover ceremony was held at the National Library of Namibia as part of a new cultural exchange initiative aimed at increasing diversity and cultural awareness. Cooperation was officially certified.

Malaysian Acting High Commissioner Mohammad Ramez Yahaya presented the library with 30 books, marking the start of the annual literature exchange between the two countries, the commission said in a WhatsApp message shared with Bernama recently.

The partnership aims to foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of the rich and diverse cultures that characterize both countries.

The selection of books donated by Malaysia includes works of fiction, cultural studies, and history that reflect the diverse tapestry of Malaysian society.

Malaysia and Namibia have had diplomatic relations since 1996, when the Malaysian High Commission was established in Windhoek and the Namibian High Commission was established in Kuala Lumpur.

— Bernama

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