The State Ministry of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs (SMIEEA) announced that coordination has been made with the Egyptian Embassy in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), the Consulate of Egypt in Riyadh, and community leaders of the Egyptian community in the city to finalize the formalities for returning the body of the murdered teacher in kingdom, "Hani Abdel Tawab Saad".
Body of the Egyptian teacher will arrive tomorrow, Sunday, on Flight 2650 Egypt Air From King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh. The plane lands at Cairo Airport at 6 am, Sunday.
The SMIEEA has also coordinated with the Ministry of Social Solidarity to provide an ambulance to transport the body to Fayoum Governorate, where the family of the teacher resides, after the arrival procedures are completed tomorrow morning.
He is the teacher who was killed by one of his students in a preparatory school called Al-Slayil in the Saudi capital.
It is worth noting that a 13-year-old student shot dead the Egyptian teacher with the help of his 16-year-old brother. A bullet lodged in the head of the late teacher.
The criminal and culprit fled the scene and the teacher was transferred to a hospital where he died.
The Saudi police have arrested the two teenagers later and they are still under investigation.
Nabila Makram, MSIEEA, communicate the family of the late teacher to extend her condolences to them.
The minister stressed that investigations into the accident are being pursued in coordination with the Egyptian embassy in Riyadh.
She added that coordination has been made with the Egyptian Ministry of Civil Aviation to expedite the return of the deceased's body to the homeland at the request of his family, in accordance with the specific flight dates from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Egypt at the present time.
The minister also confirmed the confidence in the Saudi judiciary, and that the perpetrator will face the music in accordance with the laws governing the Kingdom.
She prayed to God that the deceased will bestow His mercy and inspire his family with patience and solace.
Contributed by Ahmed Moamar