The First Vice President of Tanzania, Mr. Mwinyi Aboud Jumbe arrived in New Delhi on?
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Background: The First Vice President of Tanzania, Mr. Mwinyi Aboud Jumbe arrived in New Delhi on a 10-day state visit to India which will include talks on economic and technical co-operation between Tanzania and India.
The Vice President had a 90 minute meeting with the India Prime Minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, soon after his arrival. The two leaders decided to set up a committee to discuss co-operation. The committee will also consider a report submitted by an Indian team of experts led by the Indian Commissioner for Small Scale Industries, which visited Tanzania recently.
At a banquet given in his honour on Tuesday evening by the Indian Vice President, Mr. G.S. Pathak, Mr. Aboud Jumbe stressed the urgent need for a strong and peaceful Asia to strengthen the impact of the "third world's struggle against oppression.
SYNOPSIS: The first Vice President of Tanzania, Mr. mwinyi Aboud Jumbe arrived at New Delhi on Tuesday to begin a ten day state visit to India.
He was welcomed by Indian Prime Minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi and Vice President, Mr. G.S. Pathak. Mr. Jumbe came to India for talks on the development of trade, technical and economic co-operation between the two countries. He said his visit would foster ancient ties between Asia and Africa.
During his visit, Mr. Jumbe stressed the urgent need of a strong and peaceful Asia to strengthen the impact of developing nations' struggle against oppression. He said India's example had contributed to the freedom struggle in Africa.
Soon after his arrival Mr. Jumbe had a 90-minute meeting with Mrs. Gandhi. They decided to set up a committee to discuss technical and economic co-operation between India and Tanzania.
On Wednesday Mr. Jumbe said his talks with Indian leaders had been fruitful and most encouraging.