Ambassadors should attract more investment, says Majaliwa

17Jan 2022
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Ambassadors should attract more investment, says Majaliwa

PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has urged ambassadors representing Tanzania in various countries to uphold the implementation of the country's diplomatic economic policy in a bid to attract more investment, to advance business and search for markets for Tanzanian products in their-

-diplomatic stations.

The premier met ambassadors today, January 17, 2022, at his office in Mlimwa in Dodoma, where he also appealed to them to protect the nation’s image in their countries of representation.

The ambassadors who met the Prime Minister include; Ambassador Adelardus Kilangi (Brazil), Ambassador Said Juma Mshana (DR-Congo), Ambassador Alex Gabriel Kalua (Israel), Ambassador Said Shaib Mussa (Kuwait) and Ambassador Fredrick Ibrahim Kibuta (Russia).

Furthermore, Majaliwa asked the ambassadors to meet and help Tanzania diasporas in order to strengthen their union and have strong leadership.

“Unite them so that they may also participate in building the industrial economy and social activities that you will be doing there,” said the Prime Minister