Polish Ambassador Marek Magierowski provides an overview of Poland’s geopolitical stance and vision for Europe’s future security. He emphasizes Poland’s robust response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, including significant defense spending increases and plans for military expansion. Magierowski highlights the complexity of Poland’s relationship with Germany, focusing on ongoing negotiations for World War II reparations and the balance between economic interdependence and historical issues. Additionally, he discusses Poland’s cautious approach to economic cooperation with China, acknowledging the challenges posed by the Chinese Communist regime. The ambassador also addresses internal democratic challenges within Poland, particularly relating to media freedom and judicial independence. His talk underscores Poland’s commitment to democratic values and strategic objectives, such as supporting Ukraine, strengthening NATO’s Eastern presence, and countering Russian disinformation, painting a picture of a nation deeply engaged in shaping a secure and cooperative European future.