Ukraine and Hungary agreed to join their forces and expand cooperation to strengthen regional collective security. Corresponding agreements were reached during negotiations between the head of the Defense Intelligence Department of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine Vasyl Burba and the head of the Main Directorate of Military Information of Hungary, Janos Beres, the website reports.
"The cooperation between the military intelligence of Ukraine and Hungary will be organized in several directions and in different formats of partnership. In particular, the military intelligence officers of the two states will develop joint analytical assessments of new security threats in the region and develop collective countermeasures," it was reported.
Also at the meeting, priority joint steps of the Ukrainian and Hungarian military intelligence agencies were agreed, which will improve the quality of information exchange and the level of awareness of NATO security structures.
As we reported, National Security and Defense Council (NSDC), chaired by President Volodymyr Zelensky, held a meeting at which it considered the national security strategy of Ukraine.
The President invited the meeting participants to work out the draft strategy in detail and submit their proposals.