The Global Smart Partnership Dialogue in the country will send out a clear message to all the technologically advanced countries that, Tanzania has geared itself towards the dialogue on technology.
Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation, Hon Bernard Membe
Speaking in Dar es Salaam Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Mr Bernard Membe said that the meeting is expected to bring changes in the country in socio-economic status throughout the world.
Mr Membe noted that Smart Partnership meeting is a forum for developing countries which will be deliberate on science and technology for economic development of the countries. Mr Membe said the meeting will be held in Dar es Salaam between June 28th and 1st July this year.
“Technology is a crucial catalyst for developing nations’ development in this world,” he said. He noted that Tanzania will be the hosts of Smart Partnership scheduled to be held in Dar es Salaam and to be attended by 500 delegates including five presidents from East African states.
The Global Smart Partnership Dialogue which will be held in Tanzania, amongst other things, would get feedback from the last dialogue that was held in Putrajaya, Malaysia in June last year.
Other African countries that have hosted the Smart Partnership Dialogues include Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Swaziland, Lesotho and Uganda. Other countries include Barbados, and Malaysia.