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LA BEAUTE CACHEE DU CONGO

L’indépendance du Congo,proclamée le 30juin1960,ouvre une ère nouvelle dans l'histoire de notre pays.Laisse a nous-mêmes,dépourvus d'une élite capable de prendre la relevé des cadres européens.Un pays qui a une superficie de 2345000km2 la plaçant a la2emeMA et contenant 40pourcent des richesses mondiale surtout le plan;[faune,flore,mine]a travers ces ressources spécifiques.Notamment;
-en matière premiers;cuivres,étain,caoutchouc,uranium.L'uranium du Congo n'a-t-il pas seur a la fabrication des premières bombes atomiques.
-la faune et la flore avec ces espèces introuvable comme;OKAPI,etc

Extrait d'une discours du président de la république du zaire Joseph Désiré MOBUTU;"grâce a notre engagement et notre discipline,nous avons réussi a crée la nation congolaise,le territoire national est aujourd’hui unifiée et habitée non plus par des originaires des tributs rivales,mais par des citoyen et citoyennes qui,sans la direction des mêmes chefs des mêmes institutions sont tendus dans la communion d’idées et d'action vers les mêmes inspiration,vers les mêmes idéal.

La consolidation au cœur même de l’Afrique d'un état moderne et prospère.
C'est qui prouve la recrudescence des genres et conflits sans divers formes c'est sa richesse.
Car c'est un pays scandaleusement riche sur le plan géologique et bien d'autres.

En plus de cela le monde d’aujourd’hui evolu grâce a l'outil informatique qui est l'ordinateur et l'internet.
Celui- ci nous met en contacte avec le monde en générale et nous donne des actualités nationaux qu'internationaux.etc

Et des solution pour l'environnement;
-la reboisement d'arbre
-hygiène et asservissement.

English translation by community member bikesu

Hidden Beauty of Congo

Congo became independent on June 30th, 1960, thus began a new era in the history of our country. We lacked people that were capable of taking the places of the european executives that have left. Congo is country with a land that measures 2345000km2, which is the second largest in the region, and it contains within 40% of the world's riches (such as fauna, plants and minerals). Things that are worth noting are:
-Primary Materials: leathers, tin, rubber, uranium.
The uranium of Congo was used in the first atomic bombs

-The fauna and plants include many species that does not exist elsewhere, such as the Okapi

To quote from a speech of the president of Zaire, Joseph Désiré MOBUTU; "Thanks to our commitment and our discipline, we have succeeded in creating a congolese nation, the national territory today is no longer inhabited by people from the rival tribes, but by the citizens who have, under common leadership and institutions, created a united community of ideas and actions that move towards similar aspirations and ideals."

The consolidation at the heart of Africa itself, is a modern and prosperous state. This proves that increase of types and conflicts without diverse forms, is it's richness, because Congo is a insanely rich country on the map from a geological standpoint, and on many other levels

Additionally, the world today evolved thanks to the use of informatics, which are the internet and the computer. Here we are in contact with the world and we get to hear about the national news as well as the international ones.

And here are some solutions for the environmental issues:
-Reforestation
-Hygiene and sanitation

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Hidden Beauty of Congo

Congo became independent on June 30th, 1960, thus began a new era in the history of our country. We lacked people that were capable of taking the places of the european executives that have left. Congo is country with a land that measures 2345000km2, which is the second largest in the region, and it contains within 40% of the world's riches (such as fauna, plants and minerals). Things that are worth noting are:
-Primary Materials: leathers, tin, rubber, uranium.
The uranium of Congo was used in the first atomic bombs

-The fauna and plants include many species that does not exist elsewhere, such as the Okapi

To quote from a speech of the president of Zaire, Joseph Désiré MOBUTU; "Thanks to our commitment and our discipline, we have succeeded in creating a congolese nation, the national territory today is no longer inhabited by people from the rival tribes, but by the citizens who have, under common leadership and institutions, created a united community of ideas and actions that move towards similar aspirations and ideals."

The consolidation at the heart of Africa itself, is a modern and prosperous state. This proves that increase of types and conflicts without diverse forms, is it's richness, because Congo is a insanely rich country on the map from a geological standpoint, and on many other levels

Additionally, the world today evolved thanks to the use of informatics, which are the internet and the computer. Here we are in contact with the world and we get to hear about the national news as well as the international ones.

And here are some solutions for the environmental issues:
-Reforestation
-Hygiene and sanitation

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