Ministry of East African Cooperation

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Ministry of East African Cooperation
Wizara ya Ushirikiano wa Afrika Mashariki  (Swahili)
Ministry overview
Jurisdiction Tanzania
Headquarters NSSF Water Front Building, Dar es Salaam
6°49′30″S 39°17′2.5″E / 6.82500°S 39.284028°E / -6.82500; 39.284028Coordinates: 6°49′30″S 39°17′2.5″E / 6.82500°S 39.284028°E / -6.82500; 39.284028
Minister responsible Samuel Sitta
Deputy Minister responsible Abdulla J. Abdulla
Ministry executive Joyce Mapunjo, Permanent Secretary
Website meac.go.tz

The Ministry of East African Cooperation (MEAC) is the government ministry responsible for coordinating Tanzania's political, economic, military, social, and cultural relations with the other countries of the East African Community.[citation needed]

The ministry was created in 2006 by Government Notice No. 1.[1] Its offices are located in Dar es Salaam.[2] The Minister for East African Cooperation is Samuel Sitta.[3]

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