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The Voice of Central Europe is Needed

13:38 April 26, 2024

Nowadays, when numerous countries in the world are in a fever of war, peace is the most important to Hungary – said Defence Minister Kristóf Szalay-Bobrovniczky in Budapest on Thursday, 25 April following his discussion with the defence ministers of the CEDC (Central European Defence Cooperation).


International military observers on closing exercise

11:51 April 26, 2024

On 24 April, the participants of the 44th International Military Observer Course (IMOC) conducted the closing exercise of their three-week training program at the HDF Peace Support Centre. The students from 18 nations carried out information gathering missions, patrol tasks and aerial reconnaissance flight. As one of the last phases of their closing exercise, the participants assisted with the treatment of casualties in a refugee camp and practiced media relations skills as well.

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V4 Chiefs of Defence Meet in Liblice, Czech Republic

11:45 April 26, 2024

Chiefs of Defence of the V4 countries, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, recently met in Liblice, Czech Republic. Their conference was dominated by the conflict in Ukraine and the further development of the military cooperation among the four countries.

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Anniversary NATO Festival in the USA with Hungarian Hussars

15:24 April 25, 2024

This year, the Norfolk NATO festival, which is the oldest festival in the Hampton Roads region and the only one in the USA that celebrates the cooperation of NATO member states, attracted more than five thousand people.

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Doctrine: fixed point in a changing world

14:31 April 25, 2024

The NATO Allied Joint Doctrine Development Course is organized in Hungary for the sixth time, between 22 and 25 April. The significance of this course lies primarily in its being the only platform within the defensive Alliance for training doctrine custodians and developers.

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Peace is the most Important Topic These Days

14:22 April 25, 2024

Besides peace, Hungary’s interest is to accelerate the accession of the Western Balkans’ countries to the EU, which is why this will be the central topic at the congress of the Central European Defence Cooperation (CEDC) in Budapest on Thursday, 25 April – said Defence Minister Kristóf Szalay-Bobrovniczky in the TV program called “Ma reggel” (Today Morning) of channel M1.

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Crowd and Riot Control training

13:28 April 25, 2024

Latvian soldiers assigned to the NATO-led KFOR mission took part in this week in fire phobia training led by Hungarian trainers deployed with the KFOR Tactical Reserve Battalion (KTRBN), at Camp Novo Selo.

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Military and defence industrial cooperation between Hungary and the United Arab Emirates

16:26 April 22, 2024

Defence Minister Kristóf Szalay-Bobrovniczky recently held a discussion with Minister of State for Defence Affairs Mohammed Fadel Al Mazrouei in the United Arab Emirates on the possibilities of military and defence industrial cooperation.

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Farewell to the air service

13:08 April 22, 2024

After more than 40 years of service as aircrew member, Senior Warrant Officer István Molnár – an airman of the HDF 86th Helicopter Wing – took off on his last flight in EUFOR Operation Althea in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The seasoned Mi-17 aircrew member will soon retire in Szolnok, Hungary. Following his last flight in the mission, the personnel of the EUFOR Aviation Detachment received and greeted István “Moles” Molnár – with a water jet, a memorial certificate and a friendly goodbye hug.


HDF begin exhuming more than a thousand former prisoners of war

13:05 April 22, 2024

”Out of those deceased in the former Baja POW camp, 1023 German and Hungarian soldiers and laborers were reinterred in three large mass graves opposite the barracks in 1948. Exhumation work in the area has already begun” – wrote recently Defence Minister Kristóf Szalay-Bobrovniczky on his social media profile.