India-Tanzania will work together in the fields of water management, agriculture, health and education
New Delhi. Tanzanian President Samia Suluh Hassan reached India on Sunday on her four-day visit. This is his first visit to India since becoming the President of Tanzania. On reaching India, he was welcomed at the airport by Union Minister of State Annapurna Devi. Draupadi Murmu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed him at Rashtrapati Bhavan. After this, the Tanzanian President was formally welcomed by giving him a guard of honor.
PM Modi held a bilateral meeting with Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan at Hyderabad House in New Delhi. During this, Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar was also present. Many important agreements were agreed upon during the bilateral meeting between PM Modi and the President of Tanzania. PM Modi said that both countries are working on increasing trade in local currency. India has made a significant contribution to skill development and capacity building in Tanzania through ICT centers, vocational training and defense training. We are working together in the fields of water management, agriculture, health, and education and are trying to bring positive change in the lives of Tanzanians.
Tanzanian President Samia Suluh Hassan met Foreign Minister S. Also met Jaishankar. The External Affairs Minister wrote on the X-site that he was honored to meet the President and during the meeting, importance was given to his guidance in expanding our bilateral relations in many areas.
Let us tell you that after eight years, the Head of State of Tanzania is visiting India and this visit is expected to strengthen the relations between the two countries. Earlier in July, External Affairs Minister Jaishankar visited the Kiduthani project, which will provide drinking water to 30,000 households in Zanzibar. One of six projects launched by India that will provide drinking water to the local population.
(Report. Shashwat Tiwari)
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