Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania to Italy. Accredited to Croatia, Greece, Slovenia, Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia- Herzegovina, Serbia, Malta Montenegro, FAO, IFAD and WFP
The Tanzania Mission in Rome is both bilateral and multilateral. Bilateral activities spread across the area of accreditation of this Mission which includes Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Italy, Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro Serbia and Slovenia. Economic cooperation and promotion of economic diplomacy in those countries are the major engagement of this Mission.
The Mission promotes Tanzania in our host state, Italy, as well as within those above mentioned as a paradise for both tourists and investors. Contacts with business interests as well as their arrangements have already been initiated with the view to linking them up with similar interests in Tanzania.
The Mission's multilateral activities involve very close working relationship with the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), which has its headquarters in Rome. FAO, apart from activities enumerated in its noble statutes, carries out the fight against hunger in order to reduce poverty. The World Food Programme (WFP) with its headquarters in Rome is the United Nations front-line agency in the fight against global hunger. The Mission enjoys a close cooperation with this Agency.
The Mission enjoys similar relationship with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) an organisation that champions the fight against rural poverty. All these organisations have various down to earth projects and programmes in Tanzania.
You are most welcome to visit Tanzania,
H.E. Mahmoud Thabit Kombo
Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania in Rome, Italy