Librata Mulamula, Tanzania’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation affirmed her country’s keenness to boost ties with Egypt in various fields.
This came during a meeting held by Egypt’s ambassador to Tanzania Mohamed Jaber Abu Al-Wafa with Tanzanian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Mulamula expressed her aspiration to build on the development achieved in the relations between both countries and to explore new areas and frameworks for bilateral cooperation.
Moreover, she praised Egypt’s key role on the economic, trade, and investment levels in Tanzania, which reflects Egypt’s desire to support Tanzania’s development efforts.
On his part, Egyptian ambassador affirmed Egypt’s keenness to develop and strengthen relations with Tanzania, in a way that achieves the interests of the two brotherly peoples.
In this regard, Abu Al-Wafa also reviewed the Egyptian projects in Tanzania, whether developmental or investment, as well as the position of the technical cooperation.
The Egyptian ambassador also tackled, in detail, the ongoing preparations for Egypt’s Presidency of the 27th session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27), set to be held in Sharm El-Sheikh next November.
Moreover, both officials discussed ways to develop the bilateral relations between Cairo and Dar es Salaam, especially in light of the outcomes of the important and successful visit by the Tanzanian President Samia Hassan to Cairo in November 2021.
They also exchanged views regarding various important regional and international issues of mutual concern.