India and Tanzania signed Agreements on Bilateral Cooperation in Several Sectors

Jul 11, 2013 13:04 IST

India and Tanzania on 9 July 2013 signed agreements on bilateral cooperation in different sectors that includes agriculture, health and education, mines and minerals. All the agreements were signed between the Union Minister of State for External Affairs, Preneet Kaur and the Tanzanian Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Bernard K. Membe at Dar es Salaam during the 3-day visit of Preneet Kaur to Tanzania.

During the 3-day visit to Tanzania, Preneet Kaur co-chaired, the India - Tanzania Joint Commission Meeting. She also met with the President of Tanzania, Dr. Jakaya M Kikwete and reviewed the current level of development partnership between the two countries. President Kikwete assured that his country would support Indian aspiration for a permanent seat in a reformed United Nations Security Council.

As per the latest reports, economic engagement of India with Tanzania has gone up to a cumulative of 1546.56 million dollars in 2011. India is the third biggest investor in Tanzania with 305 projects.

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