Disinfo: The occupation of the Czech republic continues

Summary

The occupation of the Czech republic continues. Based on new agreement signed by the Czech Armed Forces, one Czech army brigade will be commanded by German Bundeswehr. This is part of the German effort to dominate Europe and prevent the national states from protecting themselves against future waves of migrants.

Disproof

The Czech republic is not occupied. The agreement aims to improve the interoperability among Czech, Romanian and German armies. It establishes system of common military trainings and exercises that will allow better cooperation in the case of crises. Ultimately, the Czech government has to approve the participation in those exercises: bit.ly/2m0tHVh,

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 59
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 14/02/2017
  • Language/target audience: Czech
  • Country: Czech Republic, Germany
  • Keywords: Occupation, Sovereignty, Europe
  • Outlet: zvedavec.org
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