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Gabon is very satisfied with Turkish school

20 July 2012 / MİNHAC ÇELİK, İSTANBUL President Ali Bongo Ondimba of Gabon has said his country is very satisfied with a school opened by Turkish volunteers there and called on volunteers to open more schools. “We are very satisfied that Turkey opened a school in Gabon. This is very encouraging and needs to be […]

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