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Embassy Opening Hours During Partial Lockdown in Germany in November 2020

Kindly take note that due to the current COVID-19 situation in Germany and following the directions by the German Government, the Embassy will be closed to the public from 4 - 30 November 2020. The Embassy is available for urgent matters only, based on prior appointments at least 3 days in advance. For any appointment at the Embassy, a maximum of 3 persons is allowed, with strict adherence to the COVID-19 social distancing, mask requirement and hygiene practices.

For emergencies, the Consular- and Visa Department can be reached via +49 30 254 095 31 and for any other matter at +49 30 254 095 19.

Statement by President Hage G. Geingob on the occasion of the commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations

21 September 2020

Mr. President,

It has been 75 years since the establishment of this global body in the interest of upholding the values of humanity and the principles of equality. Indeed, for the past 75 years, the United Nations has become the guarantor of human dignity for millions of people across the world. The fact that for 75 years, we have averted a Third World War, is testament to the success of this great human experiment in multilateralism.

We recognize the pivotal role this distinguished organization has played to promote and sustain world peace, and in the decolonization of Africa. As Namibians, we can attest to this fact, given our own history.

In 1960, Ethiopia and Liberia instituted proceedings against Apartheid South Africa at the International Court of Justice regarding the interpretation and application of the country’s mandate over Namibia, then South West Africa.

On July 18, 1966, the International Court of Justice dismissed the case due to a technicality. Based on that technicality the ICJ did not deal with the merits of the Case and failed to rule on the legality of Apartheid South Africa’s occupation of Namibia. However, in the same year, the United Nations General Assembly passed resolution 2145 which declared the Mandate terminated and that the Republic of South Africa had no further right to administer Namibia. Therefore the United Nations assumed direct responsibility for Namibia.

Thus, we are grateful that the United Nations was able to accompany us to independence and it was a proud day, when on March 21, 1990, we received the instruments of power from Secretary General Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, to commence a new chapter in Namibia’s history. Click here to continue reading....

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Kindly take note that until further notice the office hours of the Embassy are
Monday - Friday, 09h00 - 17h00
                       Please note that the Embassy is closed between 13h00 - 14h00.

Registration of Namibian Citizens Abroad

Kindly click on the below document or click here to open the interactive form on the Embassy's Consular pages.

Registration of Namibian citizens in Germany


Please be reminded that since 01 April 2016, the Embassy no longer issues visas without the original passports.

All applicants are advised to submit their passports together with their appliactions. The failure to do so will result in your application not being processed.


Please find below the Embassy's bank account details for the transfer of visa fees:

Hierunter finden Sie die Kontodaten zur Überweisung der Visagebühren:

Botschaft der Republik Namibia
Commerzbank Berlin
Bankleitzahl: 10040000
Konto-Nr.: 0262575400
IBAN: DE82 1004 0000 0262 5754 00











































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