Klaus Iohannis ended his visit to Tanzania on Sunday, the second country he visited on his ten-day tour of Africa.
In the images captured in the East African archipelago, a group of locals hold a portrait of the president and shout in English: “Yes, yes, yes! The president of Romania, Klaus Iohannis! Welcome to Zanzibar, Zanzibar, Zanzibar!” (“Yes, yes, yes! The President of Romania, Klaus Iohannis! Welcome to Zanzibar, Zanzibar, Zanzibar!”).
At the end, they added the phrase “Hakuna matata!” in Swahili, which translates to “no problem” or “no need to worry”.
After this message, one of the group takes the picture of Iohannis and jumps into the water with it, jumping on his back.
The same happened with the photo of the first lady.
In the images, Klaus and Carmen Iohannis were on the sidelines, watching the whole scene, while the first lady and other members of the presidential team filmed the moment.
Klaus Iohannis’ African tour began on November 14 and will end on November 23, during which the head of state has scheduled visits to Kenya, Tanzania, Cape Verde and Senegal.
Iohannis first arrived in Kenya, where he was received by his counterpart, William Ruto. Here, Klaus and Carmen Iohannis visited a girls’ school and Nairobi National Park.
On November 16, the head of state and his wife arrived in Tanzania, where he had scheduled meetings with President Samia Suluhu Hassan and the President of Zanzibar, Hussein Mwinyi.
Today, November 20, Klaus Iohannis begins a state visit to Cape Verde, from where a Libertàia reporter also reports.
Read the Libertatea correspondence from Cape Verde:
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