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Secretary of Defense William Cohen (right) inspects the honor guard assembled outside the Ministry of Defense Building in Budapest, Hungary, July 10, 1997. Escorting Cohen is Hungarian Defense Minister Gyorgy Keleti (left). Secretary Cohen visited Hungary immediately following the NATO summit in Madrid, Spain, where Hungary, along with Poland and the Czech Republic were offered membership in the Western military alliance. During meetings, Keleti warned Cohen that it could take his nation eight to 10 years to upgrade its Soviet-style military to achieve compatibility with other NATO forces

Secretary of Defense William Cohen (right) inspects the honor guard assembled outside the Ministry of Defense Building in Budapest, Hungary, July 10, 1997. Escorting Cohen is Hungarian Defense Minister Gyorgy Keleti (left). Secretary Cohen visited Hungary immediately following the NATO summit in Madrid, Spain, where Hungary, along with Poland and the Czech Republic were offered membership in the Western military alliance. During meetings, Keleti warned Cohen that it could take his nation eight to 10 years to upgrade its Soviet-style military to achieve compatibility with other NATO forces

 
 
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Base: Budapest

Country: Hungary (HUN)

Scene Camera Operator: R. D. Ward, Civilian

Release Status: Released to Public
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