The chapter argues that Hungary has contributes to peace operations in a number of different capacities: it has provided host country support, helped the transit of forces through its territory and contributed troops. However, as peace operations move further away from the country's borders Hungary faces a series of challenges in this area. This has led the government to limit the number of Hungarian troops engaged in peace operations, with a number of potentially negative implications for the armed forces as a whole.
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