NATALIA Sá nchez Uribe, a Spanish Erasmus student who went missing a week ago in Paris, has been found to life, says Spain’ s Foreign Ministry.

The 22-year-old has not been heard from since 1 st May, whenever she was found, slightly disoriented, and taken to hospital.

Guardia Civil officers, working carefully with French police, said the girl had been at the Henri Ey Medical center, near the university, for several days.

The European Foundation with regard to Missing Persons has spoken with all the woman’ s family, who usually do not want to share any more details about the situation. The family have also asked for privacy.

Her mother, Inma Uribe, has sent out a message through the foundation’ s Twitter account, saying: “ Hello, I am Natalia’ s mom and I would like to inform you that Natalia is all right. So I ask everybody to respect our need for tranquility. ”

Natalia, a good economics and business student with Barcelona’ s Autonomous University, continues to be studying at the Sorbonne Economics College, on the Erasmus European exchange program, since last September, and the girl course ends in a week.

Her rucksack, holding her laptop computer and mobile phone, was found on Wednesday in a park close to the university, stated her pals.

At the morning of her disappearance, the lady was moving out of her residence to live with a friend, even though the lady had just two weeks left just before graduating.

After leaving behind two suitcases with the friend, Natalia said she would return with a 3rd, but she never came back.

Her landlord said the lady never showed up to return the tips on 2 nd May, as agreed.

Her pals said Natalia had told them she had been feeling “ watched and followed”, while her parents, who reside in Mallorca but were originally through Granada, have travelled to Paris, france to keep up to date with the investigation.

 

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