Tanzania, US sign strategic agreements

Tanzania and USA have signed agreements in the areas of medical supply, technology, trade and cyber security.

During a meeting at the State House in Dar es Salaam yesterday between President Samia Suluhu Hassan and visiting US Vice President Kamala Harris, the latter agreed to provide Tanzania with technological assistance in 5G and invest in the country’s ICT sector.

Also, the US IRVINE firm will invest 74.8 bn/- in Tanzania’s poultry industry to boost food security. Additionally, the Washington based Centre for Disease Control will give Tanzania 3bn/- to address the Marburg virus.

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