President Andrzej Duda has embarked on a visit to Switzerland to participate in the World Economic Forum in Davos. Economic and investment issues, as well as security matters, top the agenda for discussions and meetings.
During the visit, President Duda is slated to engage with global economic and political leaders, including NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, President of the Japan Bank for International Cooperation Nobumitsu Hayashi, European Commission Vice-President Vera Jourova, UN Secretary General António Guterres, and the Presidents of Lithuania and Latvia.
President Duda will speak at panels addressing European connectivity and foreign direct investment in Central and Eastern Europe. A key focus is cooperation with the Three Seas Initiative countries, with Poland co-hosting the Three Seas House, emphasizing the region’s attractiveness for investment and development.
Security discussions will feature prominently, including the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and efforts to expedite a peaceful resolution. President Duda stressed the importance of addressing the conflict during the Forum, endorsing President Zelensky’s peace plan.
The President will also participate in discussions on “Defending Europe’s United Front” and open an exhibition on Russian war crimes in Ukraine at the Ukraine House in Davos.
Highlighting the recent meeting of advisors on foreign and security affairs in the Peace Formula initiated by President Zelensky, President Duda emphasized the growing international support for a peaceful resolution to the conflict stemming from Russian aggression.