Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje wa Marekani Hillary Clinton akisalimiana na Rais Jakaya Kikwete mara baada ya maongezi yao yaliyofanyika Ikulu jijini Dar es Salaam leo asubuhi. Madam Secretary of State, Let me begin by once again, saying how happy we are to welcome you to Tanzania. We are gratified and feel deeply honoured that you included Tanzania in your itinerary in Africa. Your visit speaks volumes about the state of our bilateral relations. In many ways the exchange of visits by officials of our two countries has contributed immensely to the development and consolidation of our relations. Tanzania and I have fond memories of the visit to Tanzania by former President George W. Bush and my three visits to the White House: two during President Bush's time and one during President Barrack Obama's administration. Tanzanians are now anxiously awaiting visit by President Obama. If he chooses to visit us, I promise that it will be the visit of a lifetime. Written by trelanyor on Jun-5-11 10:07pmFrom: nursingclasses.typepad.com WASHINGTON - The Obama Administration Said Wednesday it has Raised Concerns With Tanzania's Government About the impact of STI plan to build a road-through the Serengeti wildlife reserve, environmentalists say Which Could Affect The famed wildebeest migration and Threaten Endangered Species. The top U.S. diplomat for Africa, Johnnie Carson, Said he Brought up the Matter in meetings with top Tanzanian Officials in late April and Secretary of State That Hillary Rodham Clinton could "revisit The topic When She Visits the country this month.Clinton IS Expected in Tanzania next week as part of a three-nation African tour Focused on Trade and Development That Will aussi include Zambia and Ethiopia. "We Are Fully Aware Of The Concerns That Have Been Raised in this country and in Other countries about The Environmental Impact Thats the trans-Serengeti Road Will Have On The very large, spectacular and unique migration of animals Almost from the Serengeti up to the game parks in Kenya, "Said Carson, The assistant secretary of state for African affairs. He Told Reporters That Tanzanian Officials, Including President Jakaya Kikwete and His foreign minister Were also "clearly" aware "of concerns about the road and are Trying to" address Them In The Most Appropriate fashion. " "They know The Value of The Wildlife, The importance of the Serengeti, They Have No Desire to Destroy That, They Are goal aussi looking for Ways to Stimulate Economic Development of Parts of the Country," Carson said."We do Discuss It With Them. It Is An Issue That has Been Brought to Our Attention And We Have, In Fact, it Brought To The Attention Of The Tanzanian government www.aviationdegreeus.com/109/mba-in-aviation-aeronautics.html." Environmentalists say the road Will jeopardize one million wildebeests and The Two Who zebra migrate in search for water north from the Serengeti Into The Southern Kenya's Masai Mara reserve adjacent. The road, They warn, Will Lead To The Downward Spiral Of An irreplaceable ecosystem. Concerns about the road emerged Earlier this year An Environmental Impact Study When On The Road WAS Proposed Leaked. The postponement found thats the project "may impact The Migration Of The Wildebeest and this Would Diminish The unique value of the Serengeti as a world heritage site." The study aussi endangered black rhino Said That Could Be Negatively Affected. Conservationists Say That road collisions and Death Will Increase Dramatically. Kikwete says the road Will spur development.He Says It Will not Be Hurt Will not paved and the Park Gold icts famed wildlife. Carson Said That despite Concerns about the road, Tanzania Remains solid partner and friend of the United States. "Tanzania Is A model development partner. It Is a strong multiparty Democratic state. It Is One of Our Strongest Partners in the development field and we are going Pleased To Be There," He Said of Clinton's upcoming visit. "This is a friend of the United States and a stable partner." The road IS part of a 260-mile route Planned Between Arusha near Mount Kilimanjaro, and Musoma on Lake Victoria. Tanzania says the road IS Needed to Connect The country's commercial activity With West On The Eastern Coast.