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H.E Dr. Ramadhani K. Dau High Commissioner of the United Republic of Tanzania, Kuala lumpur presenting credentials

KUALA LUMPUR: Thirteen foreign envoys to Malaysia presented their credentials to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah at Istana Negara today.

Nine of them are resident in Kuala Lumpur and four in other countries.

Those resident in Kuala Lumpur are Kolinio Gata Takali of Fiji; Karin Marike Mossenlechner (the Netherlands); Abukar Abdi Osman (Somalia); Dag Juhlin-Dannfelt (Sweden); Rodrigo Perez Manriquez (Chile); Dr Ramadhani Kitwana Dau (Tanzania); Maria Castillo Fernandez (the European Union); Mohammed Reda Ben Khaldoun (Morocco) and Dr Adel Mohamed Ali Ba Hamid (Yemen).

The four non-resident envoys are Sylvestre Koassi Bile (Cote d'Ivoire, resident in Seoul); Anna Aghadjanian (Armenia, resident in Jakarta); Felix Ngoma (Congo, resident in New Delhi) and Manuel Eduardo Dos Santos E Silva Bravo (Angola, resident in New Delhi).

Tuanku Abdul Halim and Raja Permaisuri Agong Tuanku Hajah Haminah then posed for photographs with the envoys. Also present was Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican. - Bernama

Thirteen foreign envoys to Malaysia presented their credentials to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah at Istana Negara today. Among them was future Moroccan Ambassador to Malaysia, Mohammed Reda Khaldoun (pictured in white). Bernama Photo

Source: New Straits Times

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Tanzanian ambassadors join efforts to promote tourism through Kilimanjaro expedition

Tanzanian ambassadors abroad have launched their annual Kilimanjaro expedition in a bid to promote tourism sector in the country. The Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation Hon. Bernard Membe who launched the expedition said this will be an annual event and ambassadors from the neighboring countries will also be invited in the future.

Membe said that effective promotion of Mount Kilimanjaro would result in increasing the number of tourist arrivals in Tanzania. “I congratulate ambassadors for your initiative to join efforts to promote tourism sector which has a significant contribution to the economy of our country.
He insisted on the need to create awareness to the locals so as to encourage domestic tourism, which according to the available statistics the number is still very low.

A total of 14 ambassadors are participating in the Kilimanjaro expedition which will be an annual event aimed at promoting the mountain and they include Adadi Rajabu (Zimbabwe); Ramadhani Mwinyi (United Nations); John Kijazi (India); Batilda Burian (Kenya); Shamim Nyanduga (Mozambique); Grace Mujuma (Zambia); na Patrick Tsere (Malawi).

Others are Mbarouk Mbarouk (Saudi Arabia); Joseph Sokoine (Director of the America Department); Ladislaus Komba (Uganda); Aziz Mlima (Malaysia); Radhia Msuya (South Africa); Daniel Ole Njoolay (Nigeria); Mbarouk Nassor Mbarouk (United Arab Emirates); Celestine Mushy (Director for Multilateral Cooperation’s) and Charles Sanga (retired ambassador and the Chairman of the Tanzania Tourist Board).

Source: www.tanzaniaparks.com

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