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GAMBIA: MORE THAN 2,500 GAMBIAN MIGRANTS HAVE BEEN REPATRIATED BY THE GOVERNMENT SINCE 2022

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The minister of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Gambians Abroad has said the Gambia government through its Ministry of Foreign Affairs had facilitated the repatriation of more than 2,566 Gambian migrants from various African countries and Europe since 2022. Foreign Affairs Minister Mamadou Tangara was speaking on Monday during a press briefing held at the…

GAMBIA: MORE THAN 2,500 GAMBIAN MIGRANTS HAVE BEEN REPATRIATED BY THE GOVERNMENT SINCE 2022

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