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Oct 16, 2018
6:06PM

India, Tanzania sign two MoUs

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India and Tanzania on Tuesday signed two MoUs in presence of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Tanzanian Foreign Minister Dr. Augustine Mahiga. 


The MoUs are between Foreign Service Institute of India and Centre for Foreign Relation, Tanzania and National Research Development Corporation and Tanzania Industrial Research and Development Corporation. 




The agreements were signed following India-Tanzania 9th Session of Joint Commission on Economic, Technical and  Scientific Cooperation in New Delhi. 


In a tweet, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, comprehensive discussion held on stepping up cooperation in trade and investment, defence and security, development partnership, Science and Technology, oil and natural gas, culture and people-to-people relations. 


He said, the relationship between the two countries are on the foundation of shared ideological commitment and has blossomed into a closer partnership.



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