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Written by SOT.COM.AL 25 Mars 2023
Soon, the military will be able to take advantage of housing policies, both with soft loans and other forms of support. This was announced yesterday by the Minister of Defense, Niko Peleshi, after the government meeting. Also, he spoke about military recruitment, through a recently drawn up project. "Young military couples, for soft loans and other forms of support for military housing. This year our soldiers are paid almost 40% more than last year. We will have a fantastic project for military housing. These give many reasons to young people to register and enter the recruitment system. I don't have a figure today, it's a process", he declared. Among others, during his speech, Peleshi announced that the two satellites "Albania 1" and "Albania 2" have launched the first images of the territory of our country, which could be used in many fields by the relevant institutions. He emphasized that at least 4 days a week we receive data from satellites, while he emphasized that all IT employees will have a special treatment. "We have started to receive the first images. At least 4 days a week we receive large satellites. All IT employees will get special treatment. It receives satellite images and processes them in a language understandable to any institution. The images come continuously, they don't always come approved", underlined Peleshi. The two satellites that are observing the country's territory from space were launched at the beginning of January and the goal is to help institutions through real-time images.