348 Somalis released from Ukraine

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The Federal Government of Somalia announced on Monday that 348 Somali students stranded in Ukraine have been released.

A statement from the Somali Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the students were displaced within Ukraine and its borders, including some who did not have identification cards.

According to the report, the Somali Ministry of Foreign Affairs has facilitated the placement of 65 Somali students who fled Ukraine to universities in Hungary, where they will continue their higher education.

The Somali Ministry of Foreign Affairs has urged all Somali students who fled Ukraine, but now want to complete their education outside Ukraine, to contact the Somali Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Hundreds of Somali students are studying at universities in the war-torn country of Ukraine, who have now fled to Ukraine’s European neighbors.

Somali students consisted of undergraduate, master’s and PhD students.

Ukraine is in a state of war after a military assault in late February.

The United Nations says more than 2,500 civilians have been killed in fighting in Ukraine.

Thousands of fighters were also reported killed in the fighting.


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