“Priorities of NATO and Poland ahead of the Alliance’s Summit in Brussels” – discussion at the Casimir Pulaski Foundation HQ.
On April 4th, an expert seminar was held at the Casimir Pułaski, entitled „Polish priorities ahead of the Brussels NATO summit”. The objective of the meeting was to discuss key issues and priorities to be raised by Poland during the NATO summit in Brussels, that would encompass both the political and military dimension.
The NATO take on the issue was presented by Mr Robert Pszczel who is a Senior Officer at the Alliance’s Public Diplomacy Division. Polish priorities were laid out in presenations delivered by Mr Przemysław Pacuła, who is a Head of the Allied Security Department of the Bureau of National Security, Mr Michał Baranowski – Head of the Warsaw Office of the German Marshall Fund, and col. Mariusz Fryc, Head of BBN’s Military Analyses Team of the Armed Forces Supervision Department.
Also participating in the event were the representatives of Poland’s Ministry of foreign Affairs, Casimir Pulaski Foundation, as well as analytical centers and academic research departments specialising in international security.