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Thursday, February 8 2018 | NEW ERA SPORT 21 Bach hails North, South Korea North and South Korea will send a “powerful message of peace” to the world when they march together ceremony of the Pyeongchang Winter Games, International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach said. Bach, speaking at the opening the South Korean coastal city of Gangneung, which will host the sliding and skating events at the February 9-25 Games, praised both governments for choosing to harness the Olympic spirit. “The Olympic spirit has brought two sides together that for too long were divided by mistrust and animosity. The Olympic spirit has brought real hope for a brighter future for everyone on the Korean Peninsula,” Bach said. While the Olympics had opened the door to opportunity for talks between the two Koreas, Bach said it was important to see the process through. “This initiative gives all on what the future could look like, if we were all guided by this Olympic spirit,” he added. “But Korea’s journey does not end here. The political tensions will not disappear overnight. Sport cannot create peace, but the Olympic Games can open the way with powerful symbols.” The talks between Koreas on the Olympics have brought some respite from the standoff over Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile programmes. North Korea is sending 22 athletes to compete in Pyeongchang, including 12 ice hockey players who will form a joint team with the South. two Koreas will compete as a but the decision has been met with anger from some South Korean athletes, while an online petition against the move garnered tens of thousands of signatories. South Korean President Moon Jae-in said the atmosphere on the peninsula had brightened significantly thanks to the approaching Olympic festival of sport. “One or two months ago, many countries worried over safety at the Pyeongchang Olympics,” Moon said. “For many, North Korea participating in the Olympics or a peaceful Olympics where North and South Korea impossible. However, those worries have disappeared and what seemed impossible is now a reality.” Hopes that the Olympics could prove a springboard to serious dialogue between the two Koreas during the Games received a boost earlier on Monday with news that North Korea’s ceremonial leader is to make an unprecedented visit to South Korea this week. Kim Yong Nam would attend the Pyeongchang Olympics’ opening ceremony tomorrow. – REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, ARTS AND CULTURE Tel No: (061) 293 3064 Private Bag 13186 Fax No: (061) 293 3923 Windhoek Enquiries: Ms L Karises Namibia Notice SUBJECT: SUBMISSION OF INVOICES FOR SERVICES RENDERED: 2017/2018 FINANCIAL YEAR The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture, hereby requests all its service providers of works, goods and services to submit their invoices for services 28 February 2018 in order to ensure Thank you STUDY IN INDIA PROGRAMMES OFFERED Di Maria treble helps PSG into quarters Paris St Germain’s sparkling forward Angel Di Maria scored a hat-trick as the holders won 4-1 at second-tier Sochaux to reach Tuesday. Argentine Di Maria opened header for the Ligue 1 leaders, who are aiming for their fourth French Cup triumph in a row. However, Sochaux’s Florian Impressed… IOC president Thomas Bach Martin quickly levelled with a PSG’s Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani converted Layvin Kurzawa’s cross to restore the visitors’ lead after 27 minutes and Di Maria put the result beyond doubt after the break. The Argentina international caught Sochaux keeper Lawrence Ati-Zigi off guard at his near post after 59 minutes and then scored on the rebound after Cavani’s effort was parried into his path three minutes later. Olympique de Marseille thrashed Ligue 2 side Bourg-en- Bresse 9-0 to reach the last eight with Greek striker Konstantinos Mitroglou and Argentine winger Lucas Ocampos bagging hattricks. – City Dates Venue 1 WINDHOEK 12 th and 13 th February 2018 Safari Hotel and Conference Centre, Corner of Auas and Aviation Road 2 SWAKOPMUND 15 th February 2018 Atlantic Villa, 24 Plover street, Swakopmund 3 WALVIS BAY 16 th & 17 th February 2018 Protea Hotel by Marriott

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