Yesterday the Italian soldiers of the Regional Command West (RC-W), multinational Command of the mission in Kosovo have made a donation of portable computers and a video projector for the realization of a multimedia laboratory.
The activity was carried out within the framework of the CIMIC, CIvil MIlitary Cooperation activities carried out by the Italian contingent.
The material, delivered to the Ibrahim Mazreku institute, in the municipality with the Albanian majority in Malishevo, will allow 820 students to attend IT courses, developing the knowledge necessary for the use of modern devices that will also be used for language learning foreign.
Last week two other donations were made which saw Italian soldiers deliver fourteen bicycles to the small Serbian community of Velika Hoca and six radio sets to the Fire Department of the municipality of Istok, the latter of Bosnian ethnicity.
The projects carried out by the Italian contingent support the different ethnic groups living in Kosovo, many of which are aimed at the younger generations and focused on the principle of public utility.
The Italian soldiers of the RC-W, employed in the NATO-led KFOR mission, whose Italian component is made up of soldiers of the 24 ┬░ Peloritani Regiment of the Aosta Brigade, as well as working daily to control the territory, to guarantee safety and stability of the area, support small local organizations with donations.