Oman: Ties strengthening again in an old relationship with Tanzania

Issue 1121 - 04 Mar 2021

Muscat has been building on its historical ties with Tanzania with a number of agreements. In January, Oman Investment Authority signed an agreement with Tanzanian works, communication and transport minister Amour Hamil Bakari to establish a multi-purpose port in Mangapwani. The port, on Zanzibar’s North West coast, is a greenfield site and is to have container and cargo terminals, a harbour for fishing vessels, and oil and natural gas import facilities.

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