Tanzanian Foreign Minister John Malecela arrived in Copenhagen on Friday (II May) for a three day official visit to Denmark.
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Background: Tanzanian Foreign Minister John Malecela arrived in Copenhagen on Friday (II May) for a three day official visit to Denmark. Mr. Malecela was welcomed by Danish Foreign Minister Knud Boerg Andersen at Christiansborg Palace, the Danish parliament building. He was also welcomed by the Danish Minister of Trade, Erling Jensen.
Mr. Malecela's Danish visit is part of a goodwill tour no Scandinavian countries. At a brief news conference he said he saw no immediate and to liberation struggles in southern Africa. He said that a war would continue until Mozambique, Angola and other parts of Africa were liberated. He said that all doors to peaceful solutions had been closed by Portugal. He pledged the Tanzanian government's support to the liberation movements in Africa.
After talks with Danish Ministers, Mr. Malecela was granted an audience with Denmark's Queen Margrethe II in Amalienborg Castle, her official residence.