A mechanized infantry unit from the Slovak armed forces will arrive in Latvia next week as part of the implementation of the decisions taken at the NATO summit in Warsaw about involvement of the Visegrad Group countries, in strengthening security in the Baltic region, the Latvian Defense Ministry said.
The presence of the Slovak mechanized infantry unit in Latvia will strengthen NATO’s collective security along the alliance’s eastern border and facilitate interoperability of the national armed forces.
During their three-month rotational period in Latv...
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