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What happens if the most-frequently declared languages do not meet the needs of the services?

If the five languages most frequently declared by the candidates are not validated by the Institutions because they do not meet the needs of the services, EPSO will propose the sixth and then the seventh most-declared language and so on until a list of five languages is obtained. These languages, together with the justified decision, will be published on the EPSO website and communicated to all the competition candidates.

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