. – There they are 81 Afghan students enrolled at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” who were on the list of the Ministry of Defense to be transferred to Italy but remained stranded in Kabul.

This is confirmed by the former rector of the Eugenio Gaudio University, adding that with the Vice Rector for International Affairs Bruno Botta, we are working at 360 degrees “to support Afghan students enrolled at Sapienza through funds with the Roma-Sapienza Foundation”, adding that with the Vice-Rector for International Affairs Bruno Botta, we are working at 360 degrees “to support Afghan students enrolled at Sapienza through funds with the Roma-Sapienza Foundation”.

“There is a commitment – the former Rector, who is also president of the Roma Sapienza Foundation, told . – to help these students in difficulty”. The news of the enrollment on the list of 81 girls who had to start courses at the La Sapienza University of Rome was given by the Vice Rector in an interview with Gr1. The young Afghans had to leave but due to the attacks in recent days they had to go back.

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