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Submitted by Domithile. Muhigirwa on March 18, 2019, at 20:50

Yes, you are right, and it's necessary and helpful to celebrate Francophonie to create solidarity, to remember the past for a better future and also to encourage language diversity and collaborate with each other by communicating.