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Paul Okoumba d'Okwatsegue

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Paul Okoumba d'Okwatsegue (born December 30, 1933) was a Gabonese political figure and diplomat. Born in Franceville, Gabon, he was the Foreign Minister of Gabon from 1974 to 1976. Later he was elected as Secretary-General of the Agency of Cultural and Technical Cooperation (ACCT), a francophone organization, at an ACCT meeting in Dakar on December 16–17, 1985.

As of 2005, Okoumba d'Okwatsegue was President of the Héritage foundation in Gabon.

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