Mobile recruiting centers have been opened at several railway stations. The place for their opening is provided on the territory of PKP S.A. The launch of mobile recruiting centers at railway stations is one of the key elements of the agreement signed today by PKP SA with the Central Military Conscription Center (CWCR). It is reported by Railway Supply magazine with reference to Nakolei.


Centers were opened at the following stations: Warsaw, Gdynia, Krakow, Bydgoszcz, Lublin, Wroclaw. They are open from 13:00 to 18:00 from Monday to Friday and will be open until the end of October. Anyone who wants to join the Polish Army can talk to the soldiers assigned there and get all the necessary information. He will also be able to apply for voluntary military service and service in the Territorial Defense Forces.

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The purpose of the agreement is also to support cooperation between the Polish Army and the Polish State Railways in matters related to national defense, advertising, information and educational cooperation, including the use of the training base and the established railway infrastructure facilities and CWCR. The document was signed by: Krzysztof Maminski – Chairman of the Board of PKP S.A., Andrzej Olszewski – Member of the Board of PKP S.A. and Colonel Miroslav Brys, head of the Central Military Call Center.

Railroad workers and soldiers have much in common. Both the Polish Army and the work of the Polish State Railways serve the public, including in strategic areas related to national security. Polish railway workers have always taken an active part in patriotic uprisings and other activities for the freedom and sovereignty of the country. That is why PKP has decided to support the recruitment process for voluntary compulsory military service and the Territorial Defense Forces, says Krzysztof Maminski, Chairman of the Board of PKP S.A.

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