New Delhi: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and his Tanzanian counterpart Stergomena Lawrence Taxon Friday held bilateral defence talks and also reviewed the full range of their ties in the national capital.
Rajnath Singh said that the two countries share the same strategic space and India considers Tanzania as a major Western Indian Ocean Player.
“There is immense scope to boost defence & military to military cooperation between both the countries. I’m confident India-Tanzania partnership will continue to grow over the coming decades, taking the bilateral relations to greater height,” Rajnath Singh said.
The two leaders also explored new avenues including Defence Industry Cooperation to further strengthen bilateral engagements.
The two countries have enjoyed traditionally close, friendly and cooperative relations.
Raksha Mantri Shri @rajnathsingh held bilateral meeting with his Tanzanian counterpart in New Delhi, today. The two leaders reviewed and explored new avenues including Defence Industry Cooperation to further strengthen bilateral engagements. @IndiainTanzania pic.twitter.com/KD1beWjoFK— A. Bharat Bhushan Babu (@SpokespersonMoD) August 26, 2022
India and Tanzania have benefitted from a long tradition of high-level understanding and exchanges.