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Tanzania Ambassador to China Visits BIT

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    Translator:  News Agency of BIT Lv Rong

    Editor:  News Agency of BIT

  January 8th in the afternoon, 2019, Mbelwa Kairuki, ambassador of Tanzania and Jabiri Kuwe Bakari, CEO of Tanzanian E-government agency led their delegation to visit Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT). President Zhang Jun met with the guests.

  Zhang Jun extended his warm welcome to ambassador Kairuki and his delegation, for their coming to visit BIT. He expressed that, China and Tanzania enjoy long-term friendship, yield remarkable results in the fields of cultural exchanges and develop close collaboration on higher education, good relationships have been established among BIT, universities such as University of Dar es Salaam and Dar es Salaam University of Technology. Zhang Jun said, not only does BIT shoulder the important role of personnel training for Tanzania, BIT also gives full support on talent cultivation, scientific research and technology research and development in order to promote Tanzanian intelligent society construction.

  Ambassador Kairuki expressed his gratitude for Zhang Jun’s warm hospitality. He reviewed the friendly cooperation between China and Tanzania, and expressed his gratitude for the support from BIT on Tanzanian technological leading talents training. He expressed that, 2019 marks the 55th anniversary of the establishment of the diplomatic relationship between two countries, it is hoped that BIT would give support on Tanzanian educational and research development so as to build a fine example on cultural communication. Tanzania is looking forward to developing deeper cooperation with BIT on related fields such as E-government affairs and virtual reality.

  Jabiri Kuwe Bakari, CEO of Tanzanian E-government agency, showed the willing to cooperate with BIT extensively on E-government field. Participants had a further discussion on the concrete arrangement and promoting measures to carry out talents cultivation and scientific research in the above-mentioned fields.

  Accompanying visitors are Remigius Ng’umbi, Tanzanian Defense Counsellor of the Embassy in China; Priscus Pancras Kiwango, Commissioner for Public Service Management in the President's Office; Bw. Stanslaus Alfred Mwita, Commissioner of the President's Offic; Deogratius Herman Malamshae, Senior officials of National Bureau of Statistics; Michael Abel Moshiro, Project Commissioner of E-Government Department. Relevant leaders from School of Computer Science and Technology and Office of International Students, experts, scholars and representatives of Tanzanian students studying abroad were present.

   

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