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The Czech Republic increases participation in foreign missions. On 370 people

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More than 370 military personnel should increase the participation of the Czech Republic in international missions in Iraq, Afghanistan and Mali, the press service of the government of the country, citing the relevant decision of the Cabinet.


The Czech Republic increases participation in foreign missions. On 370 people


At the moment, 806 Czech military personnel are involved in missions in Iraq, Afghanistan, Mali, Kosovo, the Sinai Peninsula and the Golan Heights. This year, the number of participants in foreign missions will increase to 1081 people, and next year - to 1191 people. The ministry considered that the annual costs of foreign missions would be about 102 – 117 million dollars.

The government’s decision is now subject to approval in parliament, where representatives of the Communist Party and the Freedom and Direct Democracy movement, who have 37 (from 200) mandates, actively oppose the participation of Czechs in foreign missions, RIA reports News


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  1. Vard
    Vard April 11 2018 12: 16
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    And these are where they climb ... It really itches ...
    1. x.andvlad
      x.andvlad April 11 2018 12: 19
      +1
      You need to pay for participation in NAT. It is necessary that Washington would see the zeal of their wards.
      1. Tatyana
        Tatyana April 11 2018 12: 26
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        Probably, the military-industrial complex in shoe magnates in the Czech Republic, on profits from the NATO militarization, intensified, as it was before WWII with the advent of Hitler to power in Germany.
        It seems that they are part of the taste of mutually beneficial cooperation with NATO led by the Pentagon.
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt April 11 2018 12: 48
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          Quote: Vard
          And these are where they climb ... It really itches ...

          They are called allied duty. On all political issues, all the countries of the bloc are trying to have one position, but in reality this unity is proved by joint participation in NATO military operations.
          If the pilots of our CSTO were fighting alongside ours in Syria now, then I wouldn’t mind. But everyone understands that we have a specific political unity with them, and that means the military sphere as well. to another, as we see, there even Luxembourg participates in the warfare of the bloc, for the most part colonialist (covered by democratic values).
  2. jovanni
    jovanni April 11 2018 12: 27
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    In vain they are it. The Czechs have great beer, a beautiful country, very tasty food ... what do they need?
  3. Egorovich
    Egorovich April 11 2018 12: 33
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    Here it is a worship of pin "dosia. Instead of money, living people will be brought into NATO. Then they will carry it out in coffins.
  4. polpot
    polpot April 11 2018 12: 59
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    True friends of the 3rd Reich, again on guard of European unity, I hope Poland and Slovakia will not leave the Czech Republic.
  5. Slovak
    Slovak April 11 2018 15: 15
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    At a cost: 1 European soldier = $ 1 million / year, you may get the impression that they are attracting super professionals who are able to fight and win. So no. Ordinary washstand.
  6. Turgon
    Turgon April 12 2018 06: 44
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    "Malbrook" was going camping.