First military conscription training begins in November

Jordan

Published: 2020-09-23 15:34

Last Updated: 2020-09-23 15:34


First military conscription training begins in November
First military conscription training begins in November

The first manditory military service training will begin on November 1, announced the Jordanian Armed Forces, on Wednesday.

The conscription has been reintroduced in its new form, as announced by the Jordanian Prime Minister, Omar Al-Razzaz, on September 6.

Jordanian men born in 1995 have been summoned for service on Tuesday.

Conditions apply for postponing militarey service, which were previously announced.

Military service will be mandatory for men who:

  • Reside in Jordan
  • Have been unemployed for the past year
  • Have not had a social security account or cannot prove having a steady monthly income
  • Are not providers for their own families
  • Are not owners or co-owners of companies
  • Are currently not pursuing any form of education

Recruited individuals will be given military appointment certificates and  civil identification card while serving the army.

All laws, regulations and military instructions, including the Military Penal Code, will be applied to individuals, the source added.

Any individual recruited who desires to join the Armed Forces following their mandatory service will be considered based on the evaluation of their performance and behaviour and based on the military's needs.