External Affairs Minister Dr. S Jaishankar visited the Kiduthani project at Zanzibar in Tanzania undertaken by India to provide drinking water to thirty thousand households in the Town.

In a series of tweets, Dr. Jaishankar said the six projects India is building in Tanzania will give drinking water access to a million Zanzibaris. He added that the local enthusiasm for India's efforts was palpable. He said, ‘Delivered by India’ is a reality today across Africa and it is visibly improving the ease of living for so many.

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Minister, who is on an official visit to Tanzania, also visited Stone Town in Zanzibar. He said in a tweet, that he experienced its distinctive Gujarat connection. He visited the Arya Samaj and Shri Shiv Shakti temples in Zanzibar. Dr. Jaishankar said the time-tested confluence of Africa and India is emerging as a statement of this contemporary partnership.

The External Affairs Minister reached Dar es Salam last night. Addressing the Indian Community, he stressed the importance of mission IT between India and Tanzania. 

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