Salim Ahmed Salim

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Salim Ahmed Salim
سلیم احمد سلیم
سليم احمد سليم
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7th Secretary General of the
Organisation of African Unity
In office
19 September 1989 – 17 September 2001
Preceded byIde Oumarou
Succeeded byAmara Essy
Minister of Defense and National Service
In office
1985–1989
PresidentAli Hassan Mwinyi
4th Prime Minister of Tanzania
In office
24 April 1984 – 5 November 1985
Preceded byEdward Sokoine
Succeeded byJoseph Warioba
8th Minister for Foreign Affairs
In office
1981–1984
Preceded byBenjamin Mkapa
Succeeded byBenjamin Mkapa
Permanent Representative of Tanzania to the United Nations
In office
1970–1980
PresidentJulius Nyerere
Personal details
Born (1942-01-23) 23 January 1942 (age 77)
Sultanate of Zanzibar
NationalityTanzanian
Political partyCCM
Spouse(s)Amne
Children
Alma materUniversity of Delhi
SIPA, Columbia (MIA)
CommitteesChair, Mo Ibrahim Prize selection committee
PositionsChancellor, HKMU
Chair, MNF

Salim Ahmed Salim (Arabic: سليم احمد سليم‎, Urdu: سلیم احمد سلیم‎, Swahili: Salim Ahmad Salim, born 23 January 1942) is a Tanzanian diplomat. He was the 4th Prime Minister of Tanzania from 24 April 1984 to 5 November 1985.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Biography of Dr. Salim Ahmed Salim". United Nations. April 2002. Retrieved 17 February 2013.

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