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    [size=12pt]Combined Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian brigade could appear in autumn[/size]

    Ukrainian Defense Minister Mykhailo Yezhel has said he expects a combined brigade made up of
    Ukrainian, Polish and Lithuanian servicemen to be formed in autumn.

    Yezhel said at a meeting with his counterparts from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland
    and Hungary in Levoca (Slovakia) on Thursday that the Ukrainian and Polish presidents had
    previously discussed this idea and ordered such a brigade to appear this year.

    "Such a task was set to us and we discussed this issue today in order to jointly formulate
    tasks for our General Staff chiefs, who will have until July or August to prepare their suggestions
    regarding this brigade's weaponry structure. After it, I think, we will report to our commanders-in-chief
    before October-November about the creation of such a brigade," the Ukrainian minister said.

    Ukraine and the member countries of the Visegrad Group (the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary)
    also plan to discuss a number of mutually beneficial projects in military and military-technological issues, he said.

    "We can implement various projects together. We have agreed to outline all of the projects that
    could be interesting for the Visegrad Group," Yezhel said.

    Implementing joint projects will greatly benefit all of the countries, he said.

    "For example, today we and the Polish side discuss plans to deliver engines for Tarantul missile boats.
    The Polish side raised this issue additionally," the minister said.

    During Yezhel's visit to Slovakia, the Ukrainian and Czech Defense Ministries signed an agreement
    on military geography cooperation, and the Ukrainian and Slovak Defense Ministries signed an agreement on mutual cooperation.

    Asked how Ukraine's cooperation with the Visegrad Group has changed after Kyiv announced its
    decision to stay out of military blocs, Yezhel said that "Ukraine has not isolated itself, and we
    continue cooperating in all of the spheres, including military and military-technological."

    Source: http://www.kyivpost.com/news/nation/detail/104303/

    #367774

    Anonymous

    See, Sokil? ;) Natural intermarum phenomenon is slowly becoming reality with this Visegrad Group/Ukraine/Baltics military cooperation.
    All that needs to be done is Lukashenka kicked out and then Belarus can also join this natural alliance.

    Thanks for posting this, Husarz! :)

    #367775

    Anonymous
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    Thanks for posting this, Husarz! :)

    Welcome :)

    I am glad that arrangements like this are becoming a solid reality.

    #367776

    Anonymous
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    See, Sokil? ;) Natural intermarum phenomenon is slowly becoming reality with this Visegrad Group/Ukraine/Baltics military cooperation.
    All that needs to be done is Lukashenka kicked out and then Belarus can also join this natural alliance.

    Thanks for posting this, Husarz! :)

    It's great to see that there are already steps taken in this direction :)
    The thing that still has to be done yet, in all countries of the intermarium, is a switch from ZOG-infested democrazy (respectively judeo-communism in the case of Belarus) to nationalist regimes.

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