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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Deputy Permanent Secretary hold talks with UK' Royal College of Defence Studies



Ambassador Rajab Gamaha, Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation holding talks earlier today with Mr. Jeremy Jarvis, Senior Directing Staff of the Royal College of Defence Studies based in the UK together with the delegation of about twenty people in the Ministry in Dar es Salaam.   


Ambassador Rajabu Gamaha explains Tanzania's current state and its regional integration with neighboring countries during their meeting today in the Ministry, in Dar es Salaam.


Mr. Jeremy Jarvis, Senior Directing Staff of the Royal College of Defence Studies express his appreciation of the Tanzania Government's hospitality during their Study Tour Visit which encompasses Defence Studies students of post graduate programme in international strategic studies, which focuses on the themes of security, stability and prosperity.  Other in the photo are Ambassador Dora Msechu (2nd right), Director of the Department of Europe and Americas in the Ministry.  


Defence Studies students that included Mr. Stephen Shelley (left), Directing Staff of the Royal and Colonel Jonathan Calder-Smith (2nd left) of the British Army, Captain Masashi Kondo (3rd right), Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force and Mr. Teemu Pentilla (2nd right), from the Ministry of Defence, Finland. 

Ambassador Rajabu Gamaha expresses Tanzania's historical prosperity in security and stability in the region and within the country.  


Delegation from the UK' Royal College of Defence Studies during their meeting today with the Deputy Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation in Dar es Salaam.  Also in the photo are British High Commissioner Dianna Melrose (2nd right) in the United Republic of Tanzania and Mr. Jeremy Jarvis (right), Senior Directing Staff of the UK' Royal College of Defence Studies.  


Members of the Tanzania Defence Force also were in attendance during the meeting.


All photos by Tagie Daisy Mwakawago 


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