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 The Honorary Consulate of Tanzania in Denmark has been closed down until further notice due to the untimely death of the Honorary Consul, Mr. Robert Andersen that occured on 13th September 2011. 

All matters partaining to the functions of the Honorary Consulate are being handled by the Embassy of Tanzania in Stockholm.

The Embassy regrets for any inconvenience caused by this closure.

 MR. ROBERT ANDERSEN (1942 -2011)

The Embassy of Tanzania in Sweden and the Government of Tanzania was saddened by the untimely death of its Honorary Consul, Mr. Robert Andersen who passed away on 13th September 2011. Robert Andersen was our Honorary Consul since 1997.

In attendance to his funeral on 24th September 2011, were a representative from the Embassy of Tanzania in Sweden, Tanzanians who live in Odense, Denmark and his former working colleagues from Tanzania and UN.

Robert Andersen will be missed not only by his beloved family and friends in Denmark, but by many Tanzanians. He was a true friend of Tanzania by his deeds and as narrated in his book titled MY LIFE AS ADVISOR, 2008.

May GOD rest his soul in peace!
Tanzania Embassy, Sweden

Photos at his funeral. By courtesy of Robert Andersen’s family, Denmark 2011.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 18 October 2011 )
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