The Czech Republic wants to open the office of a military attaché in Chisinau. The announcement was made by the Prime Minister from Prague, Petr Fiala, who is in the Republic of Moldova.
The Czech official held a press conference with his Moldovan counterpart Dorin Recean. He also talked about the collaborations between Chisinau and Prague. Also, about the challenges our country is going through in the context of the war in Ukraine.
“We know that the Republic of Moldova is on the way to modernizing the defense. An air surveillance radar is to be installed. In August, we will open the office of a military attaché of the Czech Republic in the Republic of Moldova. This will make it easier to exchange information,” said Fiala.
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Fiala is in Moldova in the context of the summit of the European Political Community. The event took place on Thursday at Castel Mimi in Bulboaca, where approximately 50 European leaders gathered.