Pastor General's Report
On The World SceneOn The World Scene

NAMIBIA CRISIS: Over the weekend there has been a breakdown in efforts to secure a peaceful transition to an independent Namibia (South West Africa). South African Foreign Minister Roelof Botha left U.N. sponsored talks on the issue in New York saying, *I am going away profoundly disappointed." He added that Western negotiators fail to appreciate the need for adequate military safeguards to prevent a takeover by Marxist terrorist forces. The South African government, present overseers of the territory, has bent over backwards to comply with demands of the United Nations and the "Big Five" Western powers in the Security Council - the U.S., Great Britain, France, Canada, West Germany.

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Pastor General's ReportFebruary 13, 1978Vol 2 No. 4