Ali Mohamed Shein, president of Tanzania’s Zanzibar archipelago, on Tuesday met with the ambassador of Brazil Antonio Augusto Cesar, vowing to continue strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries.

Shein said the long historical ties between the two countries should be maintained and honored for mutual benefit.

He said Zanzibar is blessed with plenty of resources, urging investors from Brazil to tap the opportunities available in the Indian Ocean archipelago.

For his part, ambassador Cesar said his government will continue working closely with the Tanzania government, strengthen ties economically, socially and politically.

“We need to strengthen relationships in the tourism sector,” he said. “Zanzibar has been blessed with a number of attractions and opportunities. I will do my best to encourage and bring more investors from Brazil.” Enditem

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