The commanders-in-chief of the Visegrad Group countries have signed a joint declaration, pledging to cooperate to strengthen a stable and safe Europe.
Major General Romulusz Ruszin-Szendi, commander of the Hungarian Armed Forces, said the armies of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia would cooperate more tightly to adapt to the dangers posed by hybrid and non-traditional warfare, as well as in cyber protection.
Polish commander-in-chief General Rajmund T. Andrzejczak praised the Hungarian army’s commitment to modernization and its approach to migration and the “situation in Afghanistan”. The three-day meeting was held between October 12-14 in Balatonakarattya, western Hungary. Slovak and Czech army chiefs, General Daniel Zmeko and General Aleš Opata, also attended. On Wednesday, the V4 leaders had talks with Ukrainian army commander Valerii Zaluzhnyi.
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