Public schools to open their doors to non-Lebanese students as of Monday

The Ministry of Education and Higher Learning announced in a statement that Lebanon's public schools will open their doors to non-Lebanese students as of forthcoming Monday, October 14, allowing more than 150,000 foreign pupils to attend afternoon classes.

The statement was issued by Minister Akram Shehayeb following his meeting yesterday (Wednesday) with UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator Philippe Lazzarini, UNICEF Deputy Representative to Lebanon Violet Warnery, and UNHCR Representative Mireille Girard.

Source: National News Agency