itious, and knowledgeable, with many holding a bachelor’s or master’s degree, he said.
The young people enlisted in recent years are, in general, well-rounded, he
said. In 2018, university graduates accounted for 60 percent of the intake, he added.
They are also more skilled and qualified with more qualifications, including academic degr
ees, vocational skills certificates and other awards for participating in various competitions, he said.
In addition, he said, their willingness to serve the countr
y is growing increasingly intense and the generation born after 2000 are a major force.
“They are cheerful, aspirational and energetic. Talking with them you will feel that they have an
urgent desire to thrive in the military and contribute to making our country and military stronger,” he said.