Conflict in Ukraine: Malaysian student safe, will be brought home soon

  • Nation
  • Monday, 28 Feb 2022

PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian student in Ukraine is safe and is now at the Malaysian Embassy in Warsaw, Poland.

The Higher Education Ministry said the University of Lviv student in Ukraine was with other Malaysians at the embassy and would be brought home soon.

"In the meantime, Malaysian students in Russia will continue to be at their respective universities, given that the distance of the universities is quite far from the turbulent area.

"The ministry, through the Education Malaysia (EML) office in London, will continue to monitor the latest developments in this conflict to ensure the safety of our students," it said in a statement on Monday (Feb 28).

The ministry said it would always be in touch with the Malaysian Embassy in the countries involved to receive the latest developments on the current situation and on what further action needs to be taken.

"If students and parents have any questions, they can contact EML’s Lukman Zulkifly at 004-4207 9851 251 or the ministry’s operations room at 03-8870 6777/6949/6623/6628," it added.

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