23 August 2019
Chinese astronaut Liu Yang told Namibian President Hage Geingob on 22 August that her government is looking forward to Namibia’s participation in future space missions with China. Speaking at State House during a courtesy meeting, Liu said China will build its space station in 2022, which will be a platform for all the other countries to cooperate with each other. “Win-win cooperation and mutual benefits is what we want to do,” she said.
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