Samia Solo is her first visit as President of Tanzania as she visits Uganda. [Photos]


President of Tanzania Samia Solo and President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni. [Courtesy, Yoweri Museveni/Twitter]

Samia Solo, Tanzania She made her first trip as President to Uganda, where she made a one-day visit.

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has posted photos of Solo’s arrival on Twitter. He is believed to be on a visit for bilateral trade talks that will culminate in the signing of the oil pipeline agreement between Tanzania and Uganda.

The “tripartite agreement” will start building an oil pipeline from Uganda to the port of Tanga in Tanzania.

The Ugandan Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated, in a statement, that the tripartite project for crude oil pipelines to East Africa will be completed during its visit to Solho.

Ugandan Minister of Foreign Affairs Sam Kutesa received today at Entebbe International Airport the President of Tanzania Solo Solo Hassan. [Courtesy]

yesterday, President Uhuru Kenyatta invited Solo to Kenya Amid efforts to mend cold relations between Dar and Nairobi, which escalated under former President John Magufuli, he has now passed away.

On Saturday, April 10, President Kenyatta dispatched Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed to Tanzania to formally hand over the Kenya invitation to President Solo.

Tanzanian President Samia Solo with her Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni. [Courtesy, Yoweri Museveni/Twitter]

President Solo today received a special delegation from the President of the Republic of Kenya headed by the Minister of Sports AMP. Amina Mohamed, “read part of a press release from Tanzanian State Council spokesperson, Gerson Missegwa.

Missegua said that Amina’s visit to Tanzania aims to convey a message of goodwill from President Kenyatta to Solo, amid a tense relationship between the two neighbors in East Africa.

“President Kenyatta assured President Solo of Kenya’s commitment to cooperate with Tanzania to improve the situation in the two countries,” Msegwa said.

He only said that his government is ready to resolve all differences, perceived or real, between Tanzania and Kenya.

President of Tanzania Samia Solo and President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni. [Courtesy, Yoweri Museveni/Twitter]

The Tanzanian leader said that the two countries share a rich history and that relations should not end due to issues that can be resolved.

Solow also said that Tanzania and Kenya should reactivate the Joint Standing Committee, which has proposed to play an important role in strengthening ties.

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