Danish Embassy in Tanzania Reverses Its Decision to Shut Operation in 2024
"In a time of global conflict, displacements, unemployment, poverty, climate change and food- and energy crisis, we need partnerships more than ever. We need to come together around joint interests; to address common challenges and explore opportunities. Denmark and Tanzania might be 7,000 km apart, but our cooperation is deeply rooted," said Denmark’s Foreign Minister, Løkke Rasmussen on Thursday.
"[...] We look forward to building on that to explore new areas of mutual interest such as climate adaptation, green transition, and peace and security," the Minister for Development Cooperation and Global Climate Policy, Dan Jørgensen was quoted in the embassy's statement.