Minister of Emigration and Expatriate Affairs Nabila Makram urged all Egyptian students who were studying in Ukraine to register on a standardized form that aims to survey their needs and demands, pointing out that 1,900 Egyptians have registered so far.
The form, which was created in cooperation with Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Khaled Abdel-Ghaffar, will allow all concerned authorities and bodies to coordinate accordingly, as per a statement by the emigration ministry on Tuesday. This came in a Zoom meeting with a number of community representatives and a group of students in Ukrainian cities, in the presence of Amr Abbas — the assistant minister for community affairs — where she stressed the importance of the unified form to follow up on the status of students in Ukraine.
Makram explained that the form includes all the details of students’ academic year, the city in which they reside, and whether they have proof of enrolment from their academic institution or not. She also emphasized the importance of completing and submitting it right away while paying close attention to the accuracy of the data given.
The minister also followed up on the conditions of the Egyptian community in Ukraine, especially in the cities of Sumy and Kherson. Last week, Makram urged Egyptian nationals in the eastern cities of the war-torn country to be careful while heading from Kharkiv to Cossack Lopan village, and from Sumy city to Sutga city in the direction of Russia, stressing that all nationals heading to these areas should provide their info to the Egyptian Embassy in Moscow on the e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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