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SEMPORNA: The Sabah government will discuss the fate of its three students who returned from Syria with the relevant parties, including the Higher Education Ministry.
Minister in the Chief Minister's Office, Datuk Seri Nasir Tun Sakaran, said the state government was concerned with the future of students concerned as there was no sign of the conflict in the Middle East country ending soon.
"This matter will be discussed with the relevant quarters, particularly the Higher Education Ministry.
"If there is a place for these students to continue with their studies in the country, perhaps this can be looked into, but if they want to continue their studies (in the Middle East), we have alternative countries, like Egypt and Jordan," he told reporters after a breaking of fast function here yesterday.
He said the affected students, each from Tawau, Sandakan and Keningau, were scheduled to arrive in Kuala Lumpur today. --BERNAMA