The President of Tanzania, Julius Nyerere, arrived in Bonn on Monday (3 May) at the start of a four-day visit.
The President of Tanzania, Julius Nyerere, arrived in Bonn on Monday (3 May) at the start of a four-day visit. During his stay the President will have talks on the situation in Rhodesia and southern Africa -- the West German government has expressed full support for Dr. Kissinger's call for a rapid change to black majority rule in Rhodesia.
President Nyerere was met at the airport by the West German President, Walter Scheel and the Foreign Minister, Hans-Dietrich Genscher.
Bonn government officials said that President Nyerere was expected to brief his hosts on the talks that he had recently with the United States Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, in Dar-Es-Salaam.
The visiting delegation includes Foreign Minister Ibrahim Kaduma, Finance and Planning Minister Amir Jamal and Industries Minister Cleopa Msuya. They will all have talks with their West German counterparts.
An agreement providing 150 million marks (about GBP 30 million sterling) worth of aid for Tanzania in 1976/77 will also be signed during the visit.
West Germany is the third stop on a four nation tour by President Nyerere and his ministerial delegation. They were earlier in Norway and Sweden. Before leaving for Denmark, the final stop of his tour, President Nyerere will have discussions with Chancellor Helmut Schmidt and Herr Egon Bahr, the West German Minister responsible for development aid.