Ukrainian military recruitment offices will be given access to all national registries in late 2023, Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov said on Aug. 22 at the International Veterans Forum.
“We estimate that by mid-fall, we will be progressing to a more extensive digitalization of the Territorial Recruitment Centers, formerly known as military enlistment offices,” said Reznikov.
“We are currently in the process of signing joint orders with other [state] agencies for mutual exchange of data.”
He further clarified that the new implementation will allow for automatic access to information from different state registries, including those maintained by the Justice Ministry, Internal Ministry, Foreign Ministry, Central Election Commission, and the State Border Guard Service.
"All the registries will be automatically integrated into the database, and citizens will have fewer reasons to walk the corridors of the Territorial Recruitment Centers, only appearing when it is actually necessary," the minister added.
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