Indonesian Ambassador meets with Indonesian students and Sudanese alumni

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Indonesian Ambassador Sunarko held on Sunday (12/17) a virtual friendship and dialogue meeting with Indonesian students and former university students in Sudan who have now returned to Indonesia after being evacuated due to conflict and war in Sudan.

The meeting coordinated by the President and Vice President of the Indonesian Students Association (PPI) Sudan for the 2023 period was attended by around 160 members of PPI Sudan, all of whom are now in Indonesia.

The virtual meeting aims not only to strengthen friendship but also to dialogue and share information on various issues related to the pursuit of studies in the country as well as administrative and academic issues that have not been resolved with universities affected by the war in Sudan.

On this occasion, Indonesian Ambassador Sunarko shared the latest information regarding the security situation and the development of higher education in Sudan, still affected by the conflict, as well as the willingness of the Indonesian Embassy to continue to help and establish connections between Indonesian students and former university students in Sudan. Sudan with Sudanese universities for administrative and academic solutions.

PPI Sudan Chairman Arya Kurniantoro expressed his gratitude to Indonesian Ambassador Sunarko who took time to stay in touch and engage with Indonesian students who had studied in Sudan, and hoped that the Indonesian Embassy in Khartoum could continue to fulfill its diplomatic mission well. in Sudan.

Distributed by APO Group for the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Khartoum, Sudan.

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