Warsaw Security Forum partnered Munich Security Conference 2023
Biden’s visit in Kyiv and Warsaw proves that the region’s voice in shaping response to Russia is rising. We conveyed the same message in Munich through organising a high-level dinner with key policy-makers entitled Breaking the vicious circle: Mapping views on the exit strategy for post-Putin Russia.
The session was introduced by Prime Minister of Estonia Kaja Kallas
and former Director of CIA Gen. David Petraeus. The discussion featured members of parlaments, as well as Ukrainian and Russian civil society representatives, including 2022 Nobel Peace Prize winner from Ukraine Oleksandra Matvichuk and Russian oppositionist Garry Kasparov.
We are grateful to friends of Warsaw Security Forum&International Centre for Ukrainian Victory for sharing their wisdom at our Saturday’s dinner discussion about the future of #Russia after Putin.
The Munich Security Conference has ended yesterday. We are leaving Munich incredibly impressed by professionalism and heart put into organizing the event, as well as full of inspirations and ideas to implement at #wsf2023.
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