Three universities from Pakistan joined hands with the South and Southeast Asian University Network to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three universities from Pakistani and other 54 universities in 11 nations from the South and Southeast Asian University Network (S&SE Asian UN) pledged on to join endeavors in battling against the COVID-19, as the pandemic keeps on spreading over the world, reports media person.
As indicated by S&SE Asian UN, a total of 57 universities in 12 nations from the system marked the Statement of the South and Southeast Asian University Network on Joining Efforts in Fighting against COVID-19 in China’s Kunming to approach universities and institutes to assume their extraordinary job to fight COVID-19.
Other than the Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering, and Management Sciences (BUITEMS), Karakoram International University, and the University of Peshawar from Pakistan, different universities that co-marked the Statement are from South and Southeast Asian nations including China, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Nepal, India, BD, and Sri Lanka.
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