Pourquoi pas, on L'ecole Republique du Venezuela a Port au...

Claude Baudin - April 19 2013, 2:19 PM

Pourquoi pas, on L'ecole Republique du Venezuela a Port au Prince.

Il ne faut pas oublier que Venezuela a aide Haiti enormement apres le tremblement de terre.

je crois c'est le moins que l'on peut faire pour les remercier de leur gratitude.

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