The Organising Committee is proud to announce that the third edition of the Warsaw Security Forum (WSF) will be held on the 26th-28th October 2016, four months after the NATO Summit.
Following to previous editions, this year WSF will focus on challenges faced by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the European Union member states. The evaluation of the execution of decisions undertaken during the NATO Summit will be a significant issue at the conference. Topics such as the evolution of allies’ approach to Islamic terrorism as well as relations between the West and Russian Federation or the role of new security partnerships in Europe will be at the core of deliberations.
During past edition, organized in strategic partnership with the National Security Bureau, the Warsaw Security Forum hosted over 400 guests and almost 60 speakers from more than 40 states. Amongst them were the Deputy Secretary-General of NATO, Presidents of Georgia and Lithuania, Deputy Prime Ministers of Poland and Montenegro, Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine and Lithuania, Ministers of National Defence of Czech Republic, Macedonia and Poland.