Czech President Miloš Zeman will head the Czech delegation at the upcoming NATO summit in Warsaw, to deal with security on the alliance's eastern border, namely a force to serve in the Baltic states and Poland. According to the Czech News Agency, Czechs could serve alongside other NATO forces in the mission in the coming years. Southern security and Afghanistan are also to be discussed and an agreement between NATO and the EU signed. Along with the head of state, the Czech foreign and defence ministers will also be attending, together with the Chief of the General Staff of the Czech Armed Forces, General Josef Běcvář.
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