Visegrád common battle group to be formed by 2016

Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia will jointly deploy troops by 2016, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said in Warsaw on Wednesday after a one-day summit of the Visegrad Four countries devoted to issues of European security policy.

The decision was reached by Polish, Hungarian, Slovak and Czech defense ministers who signed a letter of intent to form a battle group with soldiers from the Visegrád countries.

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