Lands, Housing and Human Settlement minister, Dr Angeline Mabula and South Koean minister for Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT), Won Hee-ryong sealed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) yesterday in Seoul on behalf of the two governments.
The agreement between the two countries aims to create a friendly environment for Tanzanians to gain expertise and experience in the fields of surveying and mapping through training to develop human resources for the sustainable development of the land sector, including the existence of more opportunities for Tanzanians to get long-term training in Korea.
The MoU also meant to strengthen the existing cooperation between Tanzania’s ministry of Lands and that of South Korea in promoting the use of modern technologies in the land sector in order to improve the provision of services in all fields of land administration and to fulfill the Government’s ambition to register all land in the country.
“The Ministry sees the importance of having an official agreement to promote cooperation of these two countries,” said Dr. Mabula, who is also set to participate in discussions at the Smart Geospatial Expo 2022—the annual Asia’s leading geospatial technology and information exchange event, which came into existence since 2008.
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Publish date : 2022-11-04 07:32:59