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New conscript registration platform online April 15

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The ministry of defence

The electronic platform for submitting data for the 2024 Conscript Soldiers Training Cycle (ESSO) will be operational as of April 15 at noon, the defence ministry announced on Friday.

The platform will remain open until May 2 at noon and declarations will be submitted through the website https://www.gov.cy/gr/. Access to the website requires only the creation of a profile and not its verification.

The 2024 ESSO conscripts are called upon to submit their declaration of information as well as their required documents, and to register their preference for the selection and allocation process to the branches, arms, and corps of the National Guard and their placement in units.

They must also register their preference for the selection of Candidate Reserve Officers (CROs) and guards selected to serve in special forces, in the cafeterias, in technical specialties and in the military musical bands of the National Guard.

“For timely and better preparation of conscripts and for their own convenience and benefit, they are called upon to present in electronic format their identity cards, which is mandatory, along with other optional supporting documents, such as a bank account certificate (IBAN, driving licence, vaccination status and blood type certificate,” a statement released by the defence ministry said.

In case documents are not submitted to the electronic platform, they must be submitted on the day of their presentation for medical examination and the provision of clothing and footwear, which takes place before placement.”

The placement of conscripts will take place from July 8 to 12.

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