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Guinean Minister defends the introduction of Creole and national languages in education

Guinean Minister of Public Service Cirilo Djaló spoke, representing the holder of the Education portfolio, at the opening of a seminar to present a feasibility study on introducing national languages and Creole in the Guinean education system.

The country's Guinean government and the UNESCO delegation jointly organize the seminar.

As former Minister of Education, Cirilo Djaló urged the entities involved in the education sector to accelerate efforts to create linguistic standards for Creole and national languages that should be introduced in the school system.

"No country has been able to develop based on an educational system in which teaching . . .

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