On 21. June 1991, left the last train of Soviet soldiers and military equipment. Thus ended the “temporary” Soviet Army stay in Czechoslovakia, which lasted 23 years. The withdrawal of Soviet forces was completed.
Czechoslovakia was the last communist country in Central and Eastern Europe to host Soviet troops during the Cold War.
On 1. July 1991, leaders of the member countries of the Warsaw Pact met in Prague to complete the dissolution of the organization, by formally ending the work of its Political Consultative Committee