Students visit Indian, Korean embassies, meet diplomats
TRIBUNE NEWS NETWORK
DOHA A DELEGATION of students from MES Indian School visited the embassies of South Korea and India in Qatar to gain ideas for their preparation for the G-MUN Conference.
The team led by Chief Coordinator of the Literary Activities of the school Manmmadhan Mambally comprised Debolina Samantha, Surya Narayan, Shahid Majid, Jeetendra M, Ritchi Jose and Mohammed Shaheen.
South Korean Ambassador to Qatar HE See-Jeong Chang shared his views with the students on a wide range of issues from nuclear proliferation to the situation of human rights in Tibet.
He also highlighted many trade partners of South Korea, including a India with whom relation is growing.
He expressed his happiness to meet MES students who will represent South Korea in the Conference.
On her part, Indian Ambassador to Qatar HE Deepa Gopalan Wadhwa said Indian believed in complete nuclear disarmament of the entire world.
Members of the delegation received the assignments of countries they will represent along with their committees at the GMUN meet.
The students will function as follows: Debolina Samanta – Lesoto (African Union), Soorya Narayan – South Korea (Human Rights Council), Shahid Majid – the Philippines (IAEA), Jeetendra Manjunath (Press committee), Mohammed Shaheen- South Korea (IAEA) and Ritchi Jose – South Korea (Economic and Social Committee).