Warsaw Security Forum 2022

  • Published: October 12, 2022

The 9th edition of the Warsaw Security Forum (WSF), held between 4-5 October 2022, hosted over 2000 delegates from 70 countries, including government representatives of 30 states and 5 international organizations.

Among key speakers and guests of the WSF2022 were: President of Latvia Egils Levits, Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki, Prime Minister of Lithuania Ingrida Šimonytė, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Germany Annalena Baerbock, UK Secretary of State for Defence Ben Wallace, EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson, alongside over 30 Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Defense and Energy, Chief of Defense from EU, NATO and partnership countries.

The First Lady of Ukraine – Olena Zelenska –accepted the invitation to come in person to the Warsaw Security Forum as WSF Guest of Honor and to receive the Casimir Pulaski Foundation’s Knight of Freedom award on behalf of “The People of Ukraine”.

The WSF2022 Agenda was divided into four mainstage tracks: Global Outlook,  Defense, Energy Security & Climate and Democratic Resilience Tracks – each discussing the most important challenges in a given area for Transatlantic Security. The WSF2022 has also hosted:

  • 30 thematic roundtables and working formats,
  • International Center for Ukrainian Victory Advocacy Component,
  • Western Balkans Component,
  • Women in International Security Annual Breakfast.

Over 100 sessions and formats and four separate tracks of discussion were also followed by 271 registered international journalists, resulting in almost 4000 publications with an outreach of 61 million viewers.

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