Main goals of the advocacy and fact-finding mission to Tbilisi included learning about the country’s current status of the accession to the European Union, discussing developments in the internal politics and possible challenges for democracy, security situation in the temporarily occupied Tskhinvali region as well as the cooperation and security environment in the Black Sea region. The visit was organised within the broader advocacy campaign #NewCEEnter aimed at improving the understanding of the needs and challenges of Poland’s Eastern partners.
The Warsaw Security Forum is honored to announce the creation of the National Security Advisors Council. The Council consists of current and former Heads of the National Security Bureau to the Presidents of the Republic of Poland who have made over the years a significant contribution to the development of the Warsaw Security Forum.
We are more than a year into the Russian unprovoked aggression against Ukraine. News headlines around the world mention Central and Eastern Europe more frequently than ever beforeWarsaw Security Forum launched a new hashtag #NewCEEnter promoting its new approach towards programming for the 2023 edition of the conference. The hashtag will be used to signal the WSF's team contributions to the debate about the role of CEE in the changing paradigm of European and transatlantic security..
Learning about the current hybrid threats that Moldova is facing, response to refugee crisis caused by the Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, challenges in the process of accession to the European Union as well as sending a strong message of support to Moldova were the main goals of the two-day visit to Chisinau, the country’s capital, paid by the representatives of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation.
On March 2, 2023 Casimir Pulaski Foundation experts - gen. Andrzej Fałkowski, Bartlomiej Kot and Tomasz Smura - delivered presentations on Polish perspectives on wider security issues to the participants of the Higher Command and Staff Course, a group of high-level officers representing British Armed Forces.
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.
We are excited to announce that almost 100 guests representing the Polish government, parliament, civil society, academia and business, as well as 20 Ambassadors of EU & NATO and Partner states joined us on Monday, January 30th for the annual Warsaw Security Forum New Year's Partners Reception.
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