Muscat: Samia Suluhu Hassan, President of the United Republic of Tanzania, who is on an official visit to the Sultanate, on Monday met businesspeople from both countries on the sidelines of the Omani-Tanzania Business Forum. Both the countries signed six memorandum of understandings (MoU).
The President met businessmen and women from both countries on the sidelines of the Omani-Tanzania Business Forum organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry to discuss ways to enhance economic and investment cooperation and increase trade exchange between both the countries.
In her speech during the forum, the Tanzanian President thanked the Sultanate of Oman for supporting the United Republic of Tanzania over the past decades, and stresses the determination of the two countries to strengthen economic relations based on the deep-rooted historical relations.
The Sultanate and Tanzania signed six memorandum of understandings (MoU) within the framework of the official visit of the Tanzanian President, covering the fields of energy, tourism, natural resources, higher education and training, and national museums.
And a tripartite memorandum between the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Tanzania and the Zanzibar National Chamber of Commerce, and a memorandum between the Investment Authority and the Investment Promotion Authority was signed during the President’s visit.
They also signed memoranda of understanding for the private sector between the Oman Airports Management Company and Kilimanjaro Airport, and between the Oman Oil Services Association and the Tanzania Association of Oil and Gas Service Providers and between Al-Bashaer Meat and the National Company for Live Animals, and between the Oman Food Investment Holding Company and the Tanzanian Horticultural Society.