Stage Set for Resolution of Tanzania, Malawi's Lake Nyasa Dispute
The two countries are meeting in Lilongwe to try to solve the Lake Nyasa ownership dispute which at some point drove them to the verge of war.
Citizen, 7 February 2017
A meeting of the joint permanent commission of cooperation (JPCC) between Tanzania and Malawi has put in place an enabling environment to resolve amicably a boundary dispute on… Read more »
The minister of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Dr Augustine Mahiga and Malawian counterpart Francis JKaisala sign an agreement on consultation on political, diplomatic, and bilateral air service in Lilongwe.
East African, 30 January 2017
Tanzanian and Malawian government officials will meet for three days in February to iron out diplomatic differences arising from a border dispute and the recent arrest and… Read more »
The controversial ownership of Lake Nyasa and the detention of eight allegedly Tanzanian nuclear spies are two critical issues which are corroding the diplomatic relations between ... Read more »
The diplomatic relationship between the two countries has been poor due to a row over the border of Lake Malawi, which is potentially rich in oil and gas. Read more »