Each nation has a duty to guarantee its own security, the defence minister said at a session of the Hungarian Atlantic Council (MAT) on Thursday.
Tibor Benkő noted it was commonly accepted that NATO, which Hungary joined in 1999, “will protect us”. But NATO’s capability depends on the individual capabilities of its members, he added.
NATO’s founding treaty, Article 3 of the Washington Treaty, states that each member of the alliance has a duty to build and maintain the strength …
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Defence Minister: Each Nation Must Guarantee Its Own Security
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