02-11-2016 by redazione
The launch Bagamoyo-Malindi highway is not far. The presidents of Kenya and Tanzania, Uhuru Kenyatta and John Magufuli, as part of the resumption of relations between the two neighboring countries, relaunched the project aside in 2014 to join the Swahili coast from the capital Dar Es Salaam to Malindi and Lamu later, to connect those who will become the two main ports, north and south of the Indian Ocean in East Africa.
Currently the only stretch to four lanes running from the most important city in the neighboring Tanzania Bagamoyo, fifty kilometers or so, but the project includes a highway of 608 km with tangential up to the Tanzanian town of Tanga, where he will meet the one coming from the Kenya border to the height of Kilimanjaro (Arusha-Taveta) and Mombasa, which will intersect the Mombasa-Nairobi-Kampala. The four-lane highway will then continue towards Malindi. For the section in question is already there for two years, the financial proposal of the African Development Bank.
"We decided to take advantage of this funding and start as soon as the work - confirmed Magufuli, during the press conference held recently in Nairobi by the two heads of state - the coastal highway project is part of a series of joint initiatives bring me to your Tanzania and Kenya, which are unquestionably the two main partners of the East Africa Community ".
The two presidents have resumed talks for oil pipeline and the common customs, which at first seemed to have declined Tanzania. But the recent opening of Magufuli, if will be confirmed by the facts and not only constitute a political colleague assists in the upcoming elections, they will do good for the economy of the two countries and coastal regions.
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