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    An agreement providing for increased cooperation between India and Tanzania, in a variety of fields, was signed in New Delhi on Saturday (3 January).

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    CU Jamal signs agreement PAN TO Chavan signing MV (2 shots)
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    MV Two men rise from seats and exchange agreements, shake hands
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    CU Chavan makes speech
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    Background: An agreement providing for increased cooperation between India and Tanzania, in a variety of fields, was signed in New Delhi on Saturday (3 January).

    The agreement was the result of the first meeting of the Indo-Tanzanian Joint Commission which was established a year ago, during a visit to India by the Tanzanian Prime Minister.

    The two countries have emphasised the importance of cooperation by developing countries, as provided in the resolutions adopted at the Lima conference of the Non-Aligned nations.

    They have decided to collaborate in the expansion of a salt project in Tanzania, in the establishment of a manufacturing plant for agricultural water pumps and in the establishment of small scale industries.

    The countries have decided to expand economic and technical cooperation...especially in the training of railway experts, pilots and ground engineers, construction engineers, agricultural scientists and experts in the cement industry.

    They also decided to hold another meeting of the Joint Commission next year.

    Economic cooperation between India and Tanzania has been growing in the past few years. Numerous Indian experts are already working in Tanzania and the two countries have worked together to establish several factories.

    SYNOPSIS: India and Tanzania signed an agreement in New Delhi on Saturday, to give the two countries increased cooperation in a variety of fields. It was signed by India's Minister of External Affairs, Mr. Yeshwantrao Chavan, and Tanzania's Minister of Finance and Planning, Mr. Amir Jamal. The agreement covers such fields as industry, agriculture, science and technology, railways and civil aviation. It's a direct result of the Indo-Tanzanian Joint Commission which was formed last year.

    Under the agreement, the two countries have emphasised the importance of cooperation between developing countries, as provided for in the resolutions adopted at the recent Lima conference of the Non-Aligned Nations. The two countries have also agreed to hold a similar meeting next year.

    Economic cooperation between India and Tanzania has been growing in the past few years. Numerous Indian experts are already working in Tanzania and the two countries have worked together to establish several factories. Areas of cooperation which have been mentioned specifically in the new agreement include the training of railway experts, pilots, engineers and agricultural scientists. Joint projects planned include the expansion of a salt project in Tanzania.

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    VLVAEG6K7T53VS98BIPWGHI86D208
    Media URN:
    VLVAEG6K7T53VS98BIPWGHI86D208
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
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    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    04/01/1976
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    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:17:00
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