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Opinion / Editorial

There are super specialists in Albania, but they should be supported

There are super specialists in Albania, but they should be supported

The geographical triangle Berat - Lushnje - Fier has recently become for the farmers of these districts as the famous triangle of Bermuda. In the latter, still enigmatically, for years all the ships that dare to sail there disappear, just as the planes that fly in the same celestial space have the same fate. In the first triangle, not mysteriously, but quite openly, in the middle of the day and in the eyes of hundreds of "spectators" even in the presence of television cameras, their farmers are throwing in the square, thus making their products inexhaustible agricultural. Such scenes are very painful where farmers throw their sweat and family sweat on the ground as well as the economic sums it took to produce them. But they have this action inevitable, made to wake up those who have the opportunity to come to their aid. Great trouble with this our state. A few years ago every day criticism for farmers who had left work, had left their lands barren and the same work they could do here went and did in neighboring countries. Their euro seemed sweeter to them than the local lek. Now that they have come to their senses instead and have returned to work and produce tons of quality agricultural products, they are in trouble with their sale. They are also a little to blame for artificially stimulating their growth, which is not accepted by the consumer, but we are not talking about this category of farmers. We are coming out in defense of honest farmers, who use their land, who put in and take multimillion-dollar loans through banks to set up greenhouses, and all their efforts are in vain. This is because even in this capitalist economy and market that must still have its own rules, there is no fair competition rate and those who come out with losses are the ones who shed sweat on their land. With their work and production they have proved that Albania is a barn of agricultural production, but they lack the way of organization for the sale of their products and here, in addition to the responsibilities they have, they also lack state aid. This is not necessarily in finding the market, but even here why not, because our embassies around the world should not be defined only in diplomatic receptions, but through economic representatives to make relevant connections between powerful firms there with our manufacturers, but especially in ensuring market competition through its own leverage, especially through the directorate of taxation and strict controls of AKU. Honest workers demand honest rules, that is the story of farmers who continue to protest, with the great hope that their voice will be heard and also find solutions to the problems they are facing. This situation is analyzed in more detail by genuine agricultural specialists, but I want to emphasize that the state should be a "cyclopean eye" that should look at all the problems and a giant hand that should give direction to them. In this context, I remember a conversation made almost 25 years ago with the former chief engineer of lamp factories in Vlora. He told me that the quality of the Vlora coast sand, from which the glass of the lamps was made, was adapted to that and that our lamps were competitive in the European market. The only defect was the mastic material that made the lamp stick to the jockey. This was also pointed out by the representatives of foreign firms who nevertheless ordered large quantities of these lamps. Going around the world, we did not know that "a whole wedding was wasted on a garlic". In the early 1990s, like many other factories and plants across the country, the lamp factory was destroyed. The chief engineer of this former factory tells me that “when I went years later to a lamp factory in Italy and saw that a modern machine in this lamp-jockey union made only 100 thousand dollars, I cried. "Because my state, for only 100 thousand dollars, shut down one of the best factories in the Balkans." And it is a fact that for this defect that factory did not resist the market economy and left without work and consequently without bread tens - hundreds of Vlora families. Without any feeling of nostalgia for the time we left behind and as it was as a whole never come, I want to emphasize that Albania has never lacked skilled specialists. He told me with a sense of pride, but also pain a story that really touches an engineer with special intellectual and professional values ??of the mechanical oil plant in Kuçova, who was one of the first to flee to the Greek border. After a few years he found himself in his craft and immediately gained the respect of Greek specialists. He did not lack any tools and instruments there, but he had taken with him a couple of high-precision instruments produced at that time by the respective factory in Korça. He did not issue them legally, but occasionally put them to work. It was spotted by a Greek specialist who had asked to look closely at those instruments. After trying and putting them to use and learning that they were produced in Korça, the Greek said "how was it possible that the state had left to lose such wealth, that even in the neighboring country they were not produced yet". To be more coherent I am showing (let my boss classify me as commercialism) that I have been present these days in an activity organized by the Albanian Sommelier Organization, which has no profit purpose. Its main purpose and mission is the professional qualification of the figure of Sommelier, the appreciation of wine culture and other alcoholic beverages. The organization also aims to prepare professional courses at various levels, seminars, meetings, consultations, updating courses, exhibitions, periodicals and special publications. The association also has its own magazine "Solemmneria Shqiptare" where it reflects all its activity. The meeting was attended by many wine producers in our country to impress the way of communication between them, very fraternal and with excessive transparency in giving the experience they had. And it was a very positive experience because these manufacturers themselves were not just bottling wine, but also creative in its various varieties. The president of OSHS, Dashamir Elezi, a very real fit with the name he had, told me that only with their own forces they could not only participate in various competitions in the Balkans and even in the world and were awarded different prizes, but they had been able, as an association, to organize various competitions where the stimulation was not lacking and he was very pleased with what they had achieved. But he also expresses not too upset the lack of help that is necessary from the state. This assistance is necessary not only for farmers and CSOs, but in almost all areas of Albanian daily life. Both the miner in Bulqiza and the oilman in Ballsh ask for this help, and… We are indeed in a capitalist economy where the centralization of economic management is not necessary, but the state as a major regulator must be present in the daily problems that arise in the whirlpool of the struggle for success. There are many situations that only the state can solve and it is not in vain that there are 16 ministries,