In November this year Warsaw will  become again the arena for intense discussions between world leaders and experts on the international security architecture, the future of NATO and challenges for the European countries. Between November 8th and 9th 2017 the Warsaw Security Forum (WSF) will be held.

Warsaw Security Forum is a platform for dialogue and exchange of experiences in terms of security and defence between presidents, prime ministers and ministers, servicemen and experts. Discussed matters include also information warfare, energy security and cybersecurity. Forum puts also a special focus on transatlantic relations.

Since the first edition, the strategic partner of WSF is Polish National Security Bureau, which actively supports the event and its representatives together with other Polish decision-makers represent Poland on the Forum. WSF is also regularly supported by other Polish governmental institutions,  including Ministry of Interior, Ministry of International Affairs, Ministry of Digitalisation or Ministry of Development, as well as by international organisations such as NATO. Every year WSF gathers 400 participants from over 40 countries.