New Strategy Center participated in the 32nd edition of the Economic Forum organized by the Institute for Eastern Studies in Karpacz, Poland, from 5 to 7 September.
Major General ( ret) Paul Hurmuz, Senior Associate Expert of NSC, participated as a speaker in the panel “The Impact of the War in Ukraine on the Global Security Architecture” , together with Kimberly Kagan, President of the Institute for the Study of War, USA, Marek Budzisz, Senior Fellow, Strategy & Future, Poland, Wojciech Gizicki, Poland, Associate Professor, Pro-Dean, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland.
Paul Hurmuz presented the consequences of Russia’s war of aggression on the security of the Black Sea region, challenges to freedom of navigation, impact on global food security, energy stakes in the region. He highlighted Romania’s role as Ukraine’s main grain export route, the ongoing efforts to increase the interconnection between the two countries, and the Russian hybrid war in the Republic of Moldova.
Participation in this wide-ranging event, organised by the Institute of Eastern Studies in Poland, is part of the NSC’s efforts to promote the strategic importance of the Black Sea and Romania’s role in the region.