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The Tanzania Embassy in Stockholm was established in 1964. It was at the time of growing relations between Tanzania and Sweden. President Julius Nyerere became a friend of Premier Tag Erlander. Barbro Johansson had been instrumental in establishing the contact between the Swedish and Tanzanian leadership. Olf Palme who was an assistant of Tag Erlander at the time, later played a crucial role as Prime Minister in the consolidation of relations between the two countries.

The Embassy started at Narvavägen 7. It then moved to Sandhamnsgatan 40. From June 1974 to December 2001 the Embassy  was located at Oxtorgsgatan 24 (Regeringsgatan 67) From 2001 to 2006 the Embassy was located at Wallingatan 11. Currently the Embassy is located at Näsby Alle 6 in Täby


Nyerere with Others Descr

Mwalimu Julius Nyerere and King Gustav (Photo taken in the 60s)

Mwalimu Julius Nyerere and Olof Palme 


Mwalimu Julius Nyerere and Babro Johansson (Photo taken in the 60s)


Source of all Pictures: Aftonbladet, 26th October 1999.

Last Updated ( Monday, 19 May 2008 )
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