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PESCO opportunity for Czech defence industry, says minister

December 11th, 2017

The start of the Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) project is an opportunity for the Czech defence industry, outgoing Foreign Minister Lubomir Zaoralek told journalists after the project was launched on Monday. "We are really at the beginning. Let us take some time to find out what is the best for us in this," Zaoralek said. The moment of a search for the ways in which the Czech defence industry will join European plans has come. In the past, this was rather a failure, Zaoralek said. Foreign ministers of 25 EU countries confirmed the establishment of PESCO on Monday. At the same time, the first 17 joint projects were published. Diplomats say the Czech Republic will join three of them, relating to military mobility, the joint European medical sphere and a centre for EU training missions.


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