Discussed a range of issues including development cooperation, alternative ways of financing projects, and possibilities of opening an Indian SEZ in Tanzania
Secretary – economic relations, Dammu Ravi, concluded his two-day visit to Tanzania and Zanzibar, said the Ministry of External Affairs in a press statement.
Along with exploring more fruitful option for expanding bilateral trade, he discussed the state of India-Tanzania relations. Th economic activity between the two countries remained stable and was estimated at 4.5 billion dollar last year.
Ravi “discussed a range of issues including development cooperation, alternative ways of financing projects, exploring possibilities of opening an Indian SEZ in Tanzania and bilateral trade in Indian Rupees and Tanzanian Tshilling,” according to the press release.
He met senior Tanzanian officials including “H.E. Amb. Joseph Edward Sokoine, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation and H.E. Mr. Emmanuel M. Tutuba, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Finance & Planning”, during his visit on 6 and 7 October, according to the MEA press statement.