PUBLISHED ON February 23rd, 2015

Tanzania, Kenya to hold talks on tourist vehicles: PS

Government officials from Tanzania and Kenya will meet in Arusha next month to seek ways of addressing a row on the ban of Tanzania’s tourist vehicles from accessing Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi since last December. The permanent secretary in the ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Dr Adelhelm Meru, said on Friday that the matter was bilateral and could not be tabled before the just-ended East African Community (EAC) in Nairobi. He said the meeting would take place in Arusha from March 18-20 and he expected to come out with a lasting solution to the crisis, which could impact adversely on cooperation between the two competitors in tourism in the region.


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