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Thursday, April 25, 2013

President Kikwete receives Letters of Credence from the Ambassador of Greece


H.E. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania earlier today received Letters of Credence from H.E. Eleftherios Kouvaritakis, Ambassador of Greece to the United Republic of Tanzania, with residence in Nairobi, Kenya.  The ceremony took place at the State House in Dar es Salaam.

President Kikwete congratulates Ambassador Kouvaritakis after receiving the Letters of Credence. 

President Kikwete introduces Ambassador Kouvaritakis to Mr. John M. Haule, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation.  Left is Ambassador Dora Msechu, Director of the Department of Europe and Americas in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 

Ambassador Dora Msechu greets Ambassador Elefttherios Kouvaritakis of Greece to the United Republic of Tanzania, with residence in Nairobi, Kenya.  Left is Ms. Agnes, Foreign Service Officer in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 

President Kikwete holds talk with Ambassador Kouvaritakis.   During their discussion President Kikwete hailed the strong bond that the Greek Community has established here in Tanzania, and he hoped that it continues to grow for many years to come.  Further, the two discussed the areas of strengthening cooperation between Tanzania and Greece in particularly in the field of trade, investment, education and more. 

Mr. John M. Haule (left), Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation and Ambassador Dora Msechu, Director of the Department of Europe and Americas listening to the discussion between President Kikwete and Ambassador Kouvaritakis.

Also in attendance were Ambassador Liberata Mulamula (2nd right), Senior Advisor to President Kikwete (Diplomatic Affairs), Ms. Premi Kibanga (right), President's Assistant (Press) and Ms. Agnes (3rd right), Foreign Service Officer in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Ambassador Kouvaritakis observing the National Brass Band (not in the photo) playing the National Anthem of Greece.  Others in the photo are Ambassador Mohammed Maharage Juma (3rd left), Chief Protocol, Mr. Shabban Gurumo (left), State House Comptroller and Mr. Cosato Chumi (right), Foreign Service Office in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 

The National Brass Band playing the National Anthem of Greece.



All photos by Tagie Daisy Mwakawago 




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