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Monday, September 10, 2012

President Kikwete receives Letters of Credence from Qatar Ambassador



H.E. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania in talks with the new Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the United Republic of Tanzania, Ambassador Jassim Mohamed Mubarak Abdullah Darwish.  Ambassador Darwish had just presented Letters of Credence, an occasion which recognizes him to be the first ever Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the United Republic of Tanzania.  Other in the photo is Mr. Mussaab Al-Fehaid, Foreign Service Officer at the Qatar Embassy. 


Hon. Mahadhi Juma Maalim (MP) (left), Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation, Mr. Christopher Mvula (center), Acting Director of the Department of Middle East in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ambassador Dora Msechu (right), Acting Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation and Director of the Department of Europe and Americas in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 


President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete in talks with the new Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the United Republic of Tanzania, Ambassador Jassim Mohamed Mubarak Abdullah Darwish. 


Ambassador Liberata Mulamula (2nd right), Senior Advisor to the President (Diplomatic Affairs), listens to President Kikwete while in talks with Ambassador Darwish of Qatar to Tanzania (both not in the photo).  Others are Mr. Hangi Mgaka (1st right), Desk officer for Qatar in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Salvatore Rweyemamu (seating behind), Director of Communication - President's Office, and Ambassador Dora Msechu.


Ambassador Jassim Mohamed Mubarak Abdullah Darwish (2nd left), Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the United Republic of Tanzania paying his respects to his National Anthem being played by the Brass Band from the Tanzania People's Defence Force.

The Brass Band playing the Qatar National Anthem.




President Kikwete receives Letters of Credence

from Qatar Ambassador

By TAGIE DAISY MWAKAWAGO

H.E. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete today received Letters of Credence from Ambassador Jassim Mohamed Mubarak Abdullah Darwish, Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the United Republic of Tanzania in the State House, in Dar es Salaam. 

Ambassador Darwish is the first ever Ambassador to represent the State of Qatar to the United Republic of Tanzania. 

During their discussions, President Kikwete said Tanzania has been blessed with the discovery of natural gas and oil, and that he had hoped the Government of Qatar will assist in developing the resources to maximize production.

President Kikwete said Qatar has been successful in this area of energy sector, and therefore he expects their expertise contribution will economically develop the country. 

On the aspect of tourism, the Qatar Ambassador assured the President his Government will assist in bringing the investors to invest in tourism, including in the construction of tourist hotels within the Regions. 

Qatar’s economy is very strong, due to the abundance of oil and natural gas reserves.  Oil and Gas production and allied activities represent the most important industrial sector in Qatar.  Oil and natural gas revenues have enabled Qatar to be one of the world’s fastest growing and highest per capita income countries. 


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All photos by Tagie Daisy Mwakawago 
 

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