Hungary to Replace NATO Troops in Bosnia and Kosovo Needed to Fight Terrorism, Says Hungarian Chief of Staff
Ljubljana, 25 October - The Slovene and Hungarian Armed Forces have had a fruitful co-operation already since 1992, but in a time when Slovenia is getting ready for NATO accession, Hungary's experience is especially welcome, Slovene Chief of Staff Ladislav Lipic told the press after meeting with his Hungarian counterpart Lajos Fodor in Ljubljana on Thursday.
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