"Some of you have already participated in such missions so you know what it means. You are not only helping our colleagues but also gaining experience in the matter, which has not yet affected the Czech Republic to such an extent as in the case of our partners," Tuhy said in an address to police officers.
The Czech police officers will serve on the Hungarian-Serbian border for two months alongside their Hungarian counterparts.
In early July, the Hungarian authorities deployed 6,000 additional police officers on the border with Serbia to stop undocumented migrants from entering the country.
Europe is currently facing a major refugee crisis, with hundreds of thousands of migrants attempting to reach EU member states through various routes, including via Italy, Greece, Turkey and the Balkan states, despite Brussels' efforts to curb the migration influx.