The agenda of the meeting of the Hungarian-Slovak military mixed committee held on 17 January also featured current security issues, bilateral military cooperation, the joint war graves agreement and the implementation of the decisions of the Warsaw summit.
“Each new year is full of new challenges, but our desire for security never changes”, Minister of Defence István Simicskó said on Monday in Budapest at a New Year’s reception for military attachés to Budapest.
Defence Minister István Simicskó announced the defence and military forces development programme called Zrínyi 2026.
According to Minister of Defence István Simicskó, there will be enough manpower for border protection, which is providing a permanent task for the Hungarian Defence Force.
On Thursday, 24 November in Budapest, Minister of Defence Dr. István Simicskó held a conference for government commissioners and the secretaries of defence committees. The participants of the conference discussed several current issues in national defence and cooperation as well as plans for the future.
On Monday, 21 November, Chief of Defence Gen. Dr. Tibor Benkő paid a visit to the Hungarian–Serbian border to inspect the soldiers on duty there.
On Tuesday, 22 November, Minister of Defence Dr. István Simicskó received, on an office call, Iraqi Minister of Foreign Affairs Ibrahim Al-Jaafari.
On Sunday, 20 November in Nis, Southern Serbia, Minister of Defence of Hungary István Simicskó held a bilateral discussion with Serbian Minister of Defence Zoran Djordjević.
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