Samia Suluhu Hassan, the president of Tanzania, has begun a four-day trip to India

Samia Suluhu Hassan, the president of Tanzania, arrived in India on Sunday to begin a four-day visit aimed at boosting bilateral ties.

After a gap of more than eight years, Tanzania’s president is making a state visit to India.

Talks between Hassan and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are slated to take place on Monday.

Giving India-Tanzania relations a new boost. Tanzanian President @SuluhuSamia lands in India on a state visit. Her trip to India is her first since taking office as president, according to Arindam Bagchi, a spokesperson for the ministry of external affairs.

S. Jaishankar, the minister of external affairs, contacted the president of Tanzania in the evening.

“It was an honor to speak with Tanzanian President @SuluhuSamia when she was on a state visit to India. Thanked her for her support of Prime Minister @narendramodi’s intention to bring the African Union into the G20 permanently,” Jaishankar wrote on X.

On October 10, Hassan will take part in a business and investment summit in Delhi.

On Monday morning, she will receive a formal welcome at the Rashtrapati Bhawan’s forecourt before having a lengthy bilateral discussion with Modi.


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