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The message of Mayor Osman Zolan for the new academic year

Mayor of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Osman Zolan issued a message on the beginning of 2019-2020 academic year. Stating that education is one of the most important factors that influence the future of a country, Mayor Osman Zolan said, ''Education will continue to be a priority for Denizli Metropolitan Municipality. ''
09.09.2019
 Publishing a message on the beginning of 2019-2020 academic year, Mayor of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Osman Zolan said, ''We are experiencing the happiness and excitement of our children, who are the future of our country, at the beginning of a new school year together. '' Stating that education is one of the most important factors that influence the future of a country, and in this context, the progressive success of Turkey is due to the special importance given to education, Mayor Osman Zolan said, ''Education will continue to be a priority for us as Denizli Metropolitan Municipality. We will continue to mobilize all the opportunities for our children and young people. We will continue to invest in education for a future generation that will use their studying, researching, questioning, depending on national and spiritual values, knowledge and skills for our country and humanity. ''
 
Addressing to the students in his message, Mayor Osman Zolan said, ''Dear children and young people, we wish a new academic year full of success for each of you. I hope you will have a year of education based on love and respect. ''
 
Noting that education, which shapes the future of children and young people, is not only important for the future of individuals but also for the future of society, Mayor Osman Zolan said, ''With these thoughts, I wish our children and young people, who are our future, to have a healthy, peaceful and successful year in the 2019-2020 academic year, and I wish it to be beneficial to all our teachers, families and all of our education community. ''