Turkish intelligence announce recruitment of specialists with knowledge of Hebrew, Arabic, Persian and Armenian
Turkey's National Intelligence Service (MIT) reported that, in response to the announcement of the recruitment specialists with knowledge of Arabic, Persian, Armenian and Hebrew, they received a response from a large number of citizens, according to the portal NEWS.am. The same news circulated in a number of other Armenian Internet resources.
The Armenian website refers to a statement issued by the intelligence service in the Turkish news agency Hurriyet that on July 25 they announced the need for such specialists. Many who read this posting applied to the MIT via the internet. The deadline for applications is September 3.
Applicants must be citizens of Turkey, serving in the Army. Priority will be given to those who can work in different regions of Turkey and the world, the report says.
Moreover, those who scored over 70 points in Armenian and Persian language tests will be exempt from the test of a second foreign language.