At their meeting in Brussels on Thursday, the defence ministers of NATO member countries agreed to set up two Force Integration Units in Hungary and Slovakia.
In September, NATO established such units in six countries on the eastern flank of the Alliance – Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Romania.
The establishment of these small headquarters is one of the steps taken by NATO in enhancing the Alliance's collective defence....
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