According to the Czech defense strategy published in March 2017, the country's primary defense concerns are increasing Russian activity in Eastern Europe, regional instability, border security and cybersecurity.
The Czech government committed itself in 1996 to increase defense spending by 0.1 percent of GDP annually until the year 2000, when military spending reached 2 percent of GDP. This was designed to meet the NATO defense spending objective, although...
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