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Prime Minister the Hon. Bruce Golding today (November 26) signed a bilateral agreement that seeks to establish a Bi-national Commission to develop and monitor the implementation of an agreed programme for bilateral co-operation between Jamaica and the United Republic of Tanzania. The signing was at Jamaica House in Kingston.
Prime Minister Golding expressed his appreciation for the visit of the Tanzanian President and his delegation and assured them “of the continued goodwill support and solidarity of the people of Jamaica for the aspirations of the people of Tanzania.”
In his comments, President His Excellency Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete of Tanzania said, “I have fulfilled the objectives of my visit. I came here to build bridges, I came here to consolidate a friendship and the visit here has been successful in that regard. I also came here to learn and there is so much that I have learned and there is so much that our people will come here to learn. This is the beginning of seeing more and more Tanzanians to come.”
In the joint communiqu

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