14 students of Syrian origin occupy first ranks in high school certificate in Pennsylvania State

Pennsylvania, SANA – 14 students from the Syrian community in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania have won the first ranks in high school certificate out of 28 students.

In a speech during the honoring ceremony, student Nadim Ammari said, “I present my success to my homeland, Syria, and I wish them all peace and welfare.”


Ammari told SANA that he is proud of belonging to Syria, wishing that he could make his family proud of him.


The Syrian students expressed happiness for their success through raising the Syrian flag in the hall where they were honored.



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