IDF to Move Headquarters from Tel Aviv to Negev

IDFTEL AVIV, March 18 (Reuters) – Israel’s military plans to vacate land worth $14 billion and move most of its headquarters from the heart of Tel Aviv in a $7 billion project intended to alleviate an acute national shortage of room for housing.

In all about 30,000 soldiers, officers and their families will need to move to Beersheba and surrounding areas in the Negev desert, which makes up two-thirds of Israel’s land.

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