Hungary and Poland sign bilateral military cooperation agreement
Relations between the four members of the Visegrad Group and especially between Hungary and Poland are increasingly growing stronger.
Hungary and Poland have signed a bilateral military cooperation agreement in Budapest. Defense Minister Tibor Benkő met Polish counterpart Mariusz Błaszczak and his delegation in Budapest to sign the pact.
According to MTI, Minister Benkő said that relations between the four members of the Visegrad Group and especially between Hungary and Poland were increasingly growing stronger. Developing closer ties between Hungarian and Polish soldiers makes cooperation more effective and successful, he added.
Answering a question, Błaszczak said that the cooperation agreement covered the areas of training, military drills, as well as nurturing historical ties and traditions. Minister Benkő highlighted joint military exercises of the special forces and the utilisation of experiences gained from training and preparing reserve soldiers.
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