The Afghan young girls who initially were denied section into the United States for a robotics challenge made it to the opposition in time – and got an honor for fearless accomplishment Tuesday.
The six teenage girls, who were denied U.S. visas twice, completed in 99th place yet eclipsed 67 different nations – including the United States – in the FIRST Global Challenge in Washington, D.C.
President Donald Trump permitted the young ladies, between ages 14 and 16, to enter the U.S. on July 13 after their visa dismissals started a global kick back.
“When I was more youthful I was staring at the TV and saw this robotics strolling and thought about how such a robotics could walk and talk. Presently I manufacture my own robots. It makes me feel glad,” 14-year-old Fatemah Qaderyan said through an interpreter.
The primary yearly robotics technology rivalry, which expects to rouse youngsters to seek after vocations in science, innovation, designing and arithmetic (STEM), drew 163 groups from around the world. Poland won the opposition, while the United States positioned 155th.
Ivanka Trump went to the opposition to meet the young ladies and give a shout out to the six all-young ladies apply autonomy groups, including the group from the U.S.