On the dates of 9th -10th of April, Mr. President Aleksander Kwaśniewski was a guest of the European Executive Forum organized by Executive Club and Mr. President’s Foundation - Amicus Europae. This year the Forum took place in the Double Tree Hilton Hotel in Warsaw. The main subject of this year’s conference was “ New order in Europe and in the world - consequences for business”. Among the participants, this year organizers managed to invite people from the world of business and economy such as Tomáš Sedláček, renowned Czech economist and the author of bestselling „Economics of Good and Evil, professors: Santiago de la Cierva and Mike Rosenberg. Mr. Alfred Gusenbauer – former Chancellor of Austria, and Mr. Ivan Mikloš - former Minister of Finance of Slovakia has also confirmed their participation to present the political leadership point of view.
On 12th of February 2015, President Aleksander Kwasniewski will take part in the conference organized The Institute for International Conflict Resolution and Reconstruction in Dublin. The main subject of the meeting is “Ukraine: one year after Maidan” Among the speakers at the conference there will be Mr. Štefan Füle, Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy (2010 - 2014) and Mr. Andriy Shevchenko , Ukrainian politician and activist on the Maidan, Mr. Sergey Markedonov , an associate professor at the Russian State University for the Humanities and Mr. Thornike Gordadze , former minister of Euro-Atlantic Integration in the Republic of Georgia government.
Mr. President will also deliver a lecture to students of Dublin University entitled "New Global Challenges: What is the Future for Europe?
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Mr. President Aleksander Kwaśniewski will attend the flagship event of the World Economic Forum which is the invitation-only annual meeting, bringing together chief executive officers from its member companies, as well as selected politicians, representatives from universities, religious leaders, and the media. Approximately 2,200 participants will gather for the five-day event and will attend some of the 220 sessions in the official program. The winter discussions will focus around key issues of global concern (such as international conflicts, poverty, and environmental problems and possible solutions).