Polish Defence Minister, Mariusz Błaszczak, discussed the development of a Polish-Hungarian military medical training center and other EU Battlegroup defence issues with his V4 counterparts during a meeting in Ostrava, in the Czech Republic.
issues with his V4 counterparts during a meeting in Ostrava, in the Czech Republic. "Hungary specialises in military health services," the minister said. "They really have a well-developed competence in that area. Poland has a very well developed competence in special forces. We're joining those two functions and creating a training centre within the Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO), which will strengthen defence possibilities, not just for us but for the whole of the Visegrad Group."
Mariusz Błaszczak and his counterparts from the Czech Republic, Lubomir Metnar, Slovakia, Peter Gajdos and Hungary, Tibor Benkoe discussed common goals and collaboration of the V4 EU Battlegroup.
MinDef @mblaszczak ���� in #Ostrava: the example of #EU #PESCO cooperation is the project submitted by Poland and Hungary regarding the creation of medical training center for special operations forces #SOF. This will strengthen defence capabilities of entire #V4 & also #NATO pic.twitter.com/5GlNTQTeQm— Poland MOD ���� (@Poland_MOD) September 20, 2019