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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

New Ambassadors present copies of their creditials

The New French Ambassador to Tanzania, H.E. Marcel Escure presents copies of the Credentials to the Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hon. Bernard K. Membe (MP) at the Ministry's Headquarter.

The newly appointed French Ambassador to Tanzania, H.E. Marcel Escure, has applauded Tanzania for the initiative to participate in the 'Operation Democracy' in Comoro that rescued the Anjouan Island from separation to the Union of Comoros. 

Speaking to the Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hon. Bernard K. Membe (MP), shortly after presenting copies of credentials, the French Ambassador said Tanzania's role in the then Comoro and Madagascar political crisis was timely and helped normalize the political turmoil in the two countries.

Ambassador Escure also hailed Tanzania and France bilateral ties that existed from time in memorial, saying his major role would now be to cement further cooperation to a greater height.

On his part, Hon. Membe thanked the French Ambassador for the French intervention in the 'Operation Democracy' in Comoro, saying that France was one of the key partners in a success story of restoring the Anjouan Island from breaking off from the Union of the Comoros.

Ambassador Escure was born on October 6, 1963 and holds Bachelor of Arts degree.  He started his diplomatic career in 1988 as a second and first secretary at the French Embassy in Lima, before raising to the ranks of the deputy chief of protocol and later head of the Francophone Division in the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Affairs.

The New Swiss Ambasador to Tanzania, H.E. Olivier Chave, presents copies of the Credentials to the Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hon. Bernard K. Membe (MP) at the Ministry's Headquarter.
Hon. Membe also received copies of Credintials from the Newly appointed Swiss Ambassador to Tanzania, H.E. Olivier Chave.
 
For his part, H.E. Chave said his country will continue to foster the bilateral relations that exist with Tanzania for many years.
 Ambassador Chave was born in 1957 and hold a Master's Degree in political science from the University of Lausanne.

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