Hungary organizes war games for training and exercise programs
President János Áder said the war games would contribute to more effective international operations in which Hungary participates in a way that further enhances its prestige
Hungary has organized a special ops war games program for the international army as a training and exercise program.
The war games titled 'Saber Guardian 2017' and 'Black Swan 2017' were held in the Hungarian city of Szolnok.
President János Áder said the war games would contribute to more effective international operations in which Hungary participates in a way that further enhances its prestige.
President Áder said that Hungarian soldiers are being trained to protect Hungary’s borders, carry out duties pertaining to the country’s international military commitments such as it's NATO membership, participate in international peacekeeping missions, and disaster management-related tasks.
The president also discussed the government’s new military development plan, Zrinyi 2026 which will improve the Hungarian military over the next decade. President Áder said the program will bolster Hungarians’ sense of security.