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Tanzania Will Continue To Partner With Nigeria In Terms Of Economic Diplomacy – High Commissioner

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The Tanzanian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Dr Benson Bana said that his country will continue to partner with Nigeria, in terms of economic diplomacy, to achieve their bilateral objectives.

Bana said this in his address at the Inaugural Ceremony of the Tanzania-Nigeria Tourism, Investment and Trade Forum in Abuja.

He said that although the forum was scheduled to hold on March 23, 2021, it was postponed owing to the death of the late leader of the country, John Magufuli, on March 17, 2021.

The forum has become important because of the need for international engagement in contemporary diplomatic relations, to deepen economic, cultural and political ties.

It is of note that diplomatic relations that are hinged on business-to-business and people-to-people imperatives are more sustainable than mere state solely relying on political engagement.

Todays forum, which physically and virtually brings stakeholders across investment, trade and tourism sectors, is expected to achieve mutually beneficial objectives and deepen Tanzania-Nigeria bilateral relations that dates back to the 1960s.

In a keynote address, Hajiya Saratu Aliyu, President of the Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines, and Agriculture (NACCIMA), urged the mission to continue to pursue Magufulis vision.

She said that the event was apt to create prospective investment from Nigeria in areas of tourism, investment and finance, as strategic pursuits, in line with Magufulis vision for that country.

Nigeria-Tanzania bilateral relations remained cordial because the two countries have worked closely with each other as a framework of the African Union to promote Africa development.

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