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After two days on the road could 14 students and two teachers from the NLA university College in Bergen to finally put his feet on Norwegian soil again on Wednesday.

29. February went travelling companion on a five-week study trip to Peru. When there were still two weeks until the government introduced the highly restrictive measures against koronaviruset.

In Peru introduced the country curfew and closed the border in mid-march. The students were stuck.

– We have not been allowed to go out of the hotel except when we were at the store or pharmacy. We are gone a little tired, and it has been exhausting, but we have, fortunately, stayed in good hotels, ” says student Noble Kristin Haugland from Bergen.

INNESOLING: Students received prohibition to go out, and had to enjoy the sun from your hotel room.

Photo: Noble Kristin Haugland Long and stressful journey

After an extensive work is the koronafaste the students now back on Norwegian soil. The journey lasted two days and went from Lima via Lisbon, London and oslo airport Gardermoen before they came to Bergen.

It was stressful and not any fun. The home has been worried about, but it has gone well, ” says student Rikke Stenkjær.

pro-rector for education at NLA university College, Svenning Bjørke, has had responsibility for the beredskapsarbeidet to get the students home.

Very few aircraft has departed from Peru in the direction of Europe, and the students had to travel in several groups.

– The most challenging and what has been a burden particularly for students has been the uncertainty, ” he says.

SOCIAL DISTANCING: the Family of Noble Kristin Haugland showed up to pick her up at Flesland. With good distance, of course.

Photo: Ida Yasin Andersen / Norwegian broadcasting corporation Dependent on the ministry of foreign AFFAIRS

Earlier in march started the ministry of Foreign affairs, a partnership with airlines to bring home the norwegians. The UDs role in the efforts to bring home the students has been crucial, ” says Bjørke.

We worked with to bring up the fly after the blockade was lifted, but when it was done so was the blockade extended and we realized eventually that the only option was then to work together with the UD, as we have had good contact with all the way with the intention to get space on the fly with the.

the Partnership between UD and the airlines SAS, Norwegian and Widerøe is now extended to 1. may. Page 17. march is 2.400 citizens of the nordic countries brought home.

CARD games: Uno has got the time to go for the students.

Photo: Martine Teigland Gone for good, at home best,

a Teacher at NLA university College and the tour guide on the trip, Cathrine Sivertsen, saying that they were worried that it would take even longer.

Peru has been very consistent in the rules, so it has been difficult to get carried out humanitarian flights. It was resolved now right before the weekend, ” says Sivertsen.

Now waiting hjemmekarantene on all persons.

Exactly it should go smoothly. Now we are home again, so we have it nice, ” says Noble Kristin Haugland.

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