We are pleased to announce that the Warsaw Security Forum will be organized on 4-5 October 2022. The ninth edition of the Warsaw Security Forum will be co-organized by the Casimir Pulaski Foundation and the German Marshall Fund of the United States and Germany will be the Guest Country.
Prof. Katarzyna Pisarska, Warsaw Security Forum Co-Chair (Casimir Pulaski Foundation): We are very much looking forward to organizing the ninth edition of the Forum in October 2022. Even though it is just the beginning of the year, much work has already been done and we want to share the outcomes with the public. We are also immensely grateful to Germany for taking up the important role of the Guest Country… I’m confident our cooperation will be fruitful.
Arndt Freytag von Loringhoven: Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Poland: We are happy and proud to combine efforts with the Casimir Pulaski Foundation for the ninth edition of the Warsaw Security Forum. As the Guest Country we will make sure to season the atmosphere of high level discussions with our expertise mixed with a pinch of our culture.
Michał Baranowski: Warsaw Security Forum Co-Chair (The German Marshall Fund of the USA): I very much look forward to the next edition of the Warsaw Security Forum. The year 2022 will clearly be one of the key moments for European security order, and WSF will be a key opportunity to address the main challenges in a transatlantic context. I’m excited that the German Marshall Fund of the United States for the third time will co-organize the forum with the Casimir Pulaski Foundation.
The Warsaw Security Forum has become a permanent element of the European landscape of conferences devoted to transatlantic cooperation and focusing on elaborating shared responses to common transatlantic security challenges.
Organized since 2014, the Warsaw Security Forum is a platform for the exchange of views between the highest representatives of governments, international institutions, industry, think-tanks and experts in the fields of politics and defense. Each year the Forum focuses on the key challenges facing the North Atlantic Alliance, the European Union and their partner countries, with particular emphasis on the security of Central and Eastern Europe.
The axis of discussions is international policy (primarily in the transatlantic perspective) and aspects of economic, energy and cyber security. Topics related to the participation of women in shaping political decisions, current trends in regional and world geopolitics, terrorism and strictly military aspects are also discussed.