Egypt ministers attended the celebration.
The plant aims to produce electrical power with a capacity of 2,115 megawatts and is being implemented at a cost of $2.9 billion.
Tanzania this weekend became the first African country to resume a national league suspended during March because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The project aims at benefitting from Rufiji River in generating energy and preserving the environment, said Nassar.
The Egyptian electricity sector is committed to engaging with the Tanzanian counterpart to implement this important project through sharing technology, said Minister Shaker.
the two sides agreed to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on the establishment of an aircraft maintenance workshop at the Julius Nyerere International Airport in the Tanzanian capital Dar es Salaam.
Tanzanian Prime Minister Majaliwa hailed Egypt’s achievements on economic reform level, and the country’s establishment of big national projects.
Madbouli received his Tanzanian counterpart Kassem Majalwaon Monday to discuss ways of joint cooperation between the two countries.
Senegal national team manager, Aliou Cissé, announced the team’s final line-up for the match against Tanzania which included Napoli’s defender, Kalidou Koulibaly, and Barcelona’s Moussa Wagué.
This percentage is the highest increase in the volume of Egyptian exports to Tanzania in more than 5 years, the office revealed.
Egyptian national team coach, Javier Aguirre, is expected to give the chance for Nabil Dunga & Ahmed Ali when they face Tanzania on Thursday evening at Borg el Arab Stadium.
Egypt's Foreign Ministry urged Saturday citizens planning to travel to Tanzania not to use any kinds of plastic bags.
Egypt is keen on backing and boosting the development plans of the east African country, the Egyptian ambassador said.
Discussions on human rights situation in Africa persisted on the fourth day of the 64th Ordinary Session of the ACHPR.
The African tour comes in light of enhancing Egypt’s relations with African countries on parliamentary levels amid Egypt’s presidency of the African Union this year.
Hussein Mwinyi expressed Tanzania's appreciation for the technical support Egypt has provided to Tanzania.
Stiegler's Gorge dam will be constructed by the Egyptian Arab Contractors Company at a total cost of $2.9 billion.
Upon President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi's request, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly will head to Tanzania on Tuesday.
The move comes within the framework of the bank's expansion plan in the African continent and the State's strategy to boost cooperation with Africa, he noted.
The Tanzanian president invited Sisi to lay the foundation stone of the dam Stiegler’s Gorge, which will be constructed by an Egyptian company.