The expert assessed the behavior of President Andrzej Duda in Davos. How does the Polish leader fare in his opinion
How does the expert assess President Andrzej Duda?
As the “Super Express” portal reminds, the World Economic Forum in Davos started last Monday. Poland is represented by, among others, President Andrzej Duda. The image and body language specialist revealed in an interview with the tabloid how the Polish leader was doing at the event. Will the president have reasons to be happy?
President Andrzej Duda in Davos
President Andrzej Duda represents our country in Davos and tries to do it in a very active way. The Polish leader not only willingly talks to journalists, but also participates in various types of panels and meetings with politicians from other countries. Duda's meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz was particularly closely watched.
Maurycy Seweryn, a specialist in image and body language, said in an interview with “Super Express” that during the conversation, President Duda presented himself exceptionally well, as strong and self-confident, although the movements of his fingers betrayed nervous to some extent.
Also, Seweryn assesses President Duda's speeches very positively. He assessed them as very similar to what Andrzej Duda presents during his national speeches, although a slightly withdrawn attitude when speaking in Davos may indicate that the president did not feel completely comfortable.
< strong>Andrzej Duda does not forget about Ukraine
During Wednesday's security session, President Andrzej Duda argued that Ukraine needs military support to defend itself against Russia's armed aggression. “Ukraine needs weapons, weapons and again: weapons. This is a fundamental issue at the moment. The war is still going on, and the situation is really difficult,” argued the Polish leader.
President Duda added that no we can stop supporting Ukrainians because the war is not over yet. He also warned that Russia could soon launch another offensive.
And you, how do you assess the attitude of President Andrzej Bagpipes in Davos?