PM Modi holds bilateral meeting with Tanzanian Samia Suluhu Hassan.
Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During the meeting, the two sides will exchange agreements of Understanding (MoUs) in a variety of topics.
PM Modi met President Tanzanian Samia Suluhu Hassan at Hyderabad House in the national capital for a bilateral meeting. During the meeting, the two sides will exchange agreements of Understanding (MoUs) in a variety of topics.
On October 8, the Tanzanian President, who is visiting India at the invitation of President Drapupadi Murumu, was greeted at the Delhi airport by Union Minister of State for Education Annapurna Devi.
President Tanzanian Samia Suluhu Hassan was given a ceremonial welcome at Rashtrapati Bhawan’s forecourt earlier today and took part in the wreath-laying ceremony at Rajghat.
Earlier in the day, Tanzanian Samia Suluhu Hassan welcomed the two nations’ outstanding existing connection, stating that her visit would offer new channels for India and Tanzania’s political and economic development.
“I would like to express Tanzania’s gratitude for the excellent relationship that has existed between our two countries for decades.” “I expect this visit to open new avenues for political and economic development, as well as economic cooperation, which will lead to strategic partnerships between our two countries,” she said.
President Samia Suluhu Hassan went on to say that her country expects the bilateral connections established by our predecessors to last for decades.
Earlier on October 8, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met with Tanzanian President Julius Nyerere and praised her for recognizing Prime Minister Modi’s initiative to include the African Union as a permanent member of the G20.
Tanzania’s President is visiting India after an eight-year absence, and the visit will reinvigorate and enhance the “historic and friendly relations” between the two countries, according to a statement from the Ministry of External Affairs.
Following conversations with Prime Minister Modi, Tanzania’s President will meet with President Droupadi Murmu. President Murmu will also throw a state banquet in honor of Tanzania’s President. Furthermore, on October 10, Tanzania’s President will attend a business and investment event in Delhi. She will leave India on October 11.
Tanzania’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, January Yusuf Makamba, stated on October 7 that the two countries’ defense cooperation will be elevated to a comprehensive strategic partnership during President Samia Suluhu Hassan’s visit to India.