President of Mansoura University receives the Yemeni cultural advisor to follow the conditions of Yemeni students

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Prof. Ashraf Abdel Baset, President of Mansoura University, received a delegation from the Embassy of the Republic of Yemen in the framework of following up the conditions of Yemeni international students and discussing some requests for students in different faculties. The delegation includes Prof. Dr. Mohamed El Abbadi, Cultural Counselor of the Embassy of the Republic of Yemen in Cairo, Mr Hashem Almekhlafy , assistant advisor for Financial affairs at the Embassy, Mr. Abdul Rakeeb Al-Saeed Nasser - Director of Information at the Embassy, Mr. Walid Yassin Mohammed - Director of Legal affairs at the Embassy.
The meeting was attended by Prof. Dr. Essam El Wakil, Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry, Prof. Osama El Ayan, Vice Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, Prof. Hossam El Din Mostafa, General Supervisor of Expatriates,Mrs Sahar AlEraky , director of Expatriates administration.
The meeting dealt with the follow-up of the conditions of Yemeni students during their studies at the university and discussing cooperation with the cultural attache, and also some special requests related to the educational process within the colleges were presented .
At the end of the meeting , Prof. Dr. Mohamed Al-Abbadi stressed that the Yemeni government and state attaches great importance to education. It is the engine of development and exit from the difficult conditions that Yemen is going through. He also thanked the university administration and expatriate management for their care of the Yemeni students and solving any problems that arise and follow them scientifically, and socially.
For his part, Prof. Ashraf Abdel Basset stressed the depth of the relations between the Egyptian and Yemeni peoples and that the Yemeni students are of interest from the university in their second home. Egypt and Mansoura University are always protecting their students from different Arab, African and Asian countries.

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