Thai, Malaysian UNISSA students receive donations

Izah Azahari

Ambassador of Thailand to Brunei Darussalam Wanthanee Viputwongsakul presented donations in the form of food and necessities to 34 Thai students studying at Universiti Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA) yesterday.

Centre for Public and International Relations and the UNISSA Student Affairs Section staff welcomed the ambassador.

The ambassador also provided moral support and encouragement to the students and reminded them to focus more on their studies, and to abide the rules and law set by the government to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Meanhwile, the Malaysian High Commission in Brunei Darussalam also donated food supplies to nine Malaysian students studying at UNISSA. Charge d’ Affaires at the Malaysian High Commission to Brunei Darussalam Nadia Azura binti Mohd Nudri presented the donations.

UNISSA is grateful to the Thai Embassy and the Malaysian High Commission for their care and moral support of their citizens. UNISSA also assured the well-being of international students studying at UNISSA and hoped that the COVID-19 outbreak will not affect their studies and dampen their Ramadhan spirit.

ABOVE & BELOW: Ambassador of Thailand to Brunei Darussalam Wanthanee Viputwongsakul presents the donation to a recipient; and Charge d’ Affaires at the Malaysian High Commission in Brunei Darussalam Nadia Azura binti Mohd Nudri at the event. PHOTOS: UNISSA