Kenya protests to Tanzania over confiscation of Charles Keter's passport
SEE ALSO :Ketraco boss gets new term"I can confirm to you that the matter will be handled through our Foreign Affairs ministry. The incident was embarrassing," the official said. He said the Tanzanian government was aware of the planned trip, which was part of an assessment of the three ports of Lamu, Mombasa and Tanga to check the suitability of the ports for Ugandan petroleum. But Tanga Regional Commissioner Martin Shigela reportedly said Tanzania was not informed of the visit by the Kenyan delegation. The Kenyan team was in Tanzania to participate in joint talks between Uganda and Tanzania on the dispute over Uganda's oil pipeline. The official said the ministers from Kenya and Uganda are supposed to brief President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Ugandan counterpart President Yoweri Museveni in Kampala in two weeks on their findings.
SEE ALSO :Why GDC board wants CEO outThe visit was part of follow-up after negotiations between Presidents Kenyatta and Museveni at State House, Nairobi, on the pipeline collapsed on Monday this week.
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