Minister of Foreign Affairs Marco Hausiku of Namibia

Hausiku was born in Kapako, Okavango Region.
Immediately prior to independence, Hausiku was a SWAPO member of the Constituent Assembly, which was in place from November 1989 to March 1990, and since 1990 he has been a member of the National Assembly of Namibia.
Hausiku received the 16th highest number of votes, 345, in the election to the Central Committee of SWAPO at the party's August 2002 congress.
Namibia reiterated its support for India's Security Council ambitions when visiting foreign minister Marco Hausiku met External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee Thursday.
Mukherjee and Hausiku discussed ongoing negotiations for finalising bilateral memorandums of understanding (MoUs) on agriculture, cooperation in mineral resources and energy, education and cultural exchange Programme.
New Delhi,Oct26,(ANI):Visiting Namibian Foreign Minister Marco Hausiku met his counterpart Pranab Mukherjee in New Delhi today.
Hausiku is scheduled to meet President A P J Abdul Kalam during the course of his visit.
NAMIBIA remains opposed to signing up to the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) under the New Partnership for Africa's Development (Nepad), Foreign Affairs Minister Marco Hausiku said on Friday.
Speaking at a presentation of an APRM independent preliminary assessment of Namibia in Windhoek on Friday, Hausiku said Namibia's position on Nepad had not changed - that the country was committed to the African Union decision to incorporate Nepad activities and that, if properly implemented, Nepad would have "tremendous" benefits for the continent.
Hausiku said fellow ministers and parliamentarians had asked him about the country's position on Nepad and the APRM, and the research paper would come in handy when discussing the matter in the National Assembly.
appreciates the achievements noted in the current report.
During a statement over the weekend, Namibia’s Foreign Minister Marco Hausiku said his government has consigned the review to what he calls “the dustbin of history.
Hausiku says NEPAD “is a program born and bred in Africa.