Davos.  POLITICO: Andrzej Duda on Forum's 'Dirty Dozen'

“When you meet President Duda in Davos, do not assume that he is speaking on behalf of Poland,” Politico wrote online. The portal included the Polish president's name among what it called the “Dirty Dozen” of the annual economic forum. Apart from Andrzej Duda, it also included, among others: Argentine President Javier Miley and Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

“The ‘Dirty Dozen’ from Davos,” Politico titled its commentary on the 54th World Economic Forum in Davos, a reference to the title of the famous film. The site points out that although “Russian oligarchs have been missing” at the annual forum since the start of the Russian invasion, scope of Ukraine, and that Donald Trump is “busy” with the Iowa primaries, but there are still plenty of “potential autocrats, dictators” on the Davos guest list. He listed 12 of the World Economic Forum's “bad boys.”

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Andrzej Duda is on the list of “bad boys” in Davos

“If you compare Polish President Andrzej Duda with some of the other people on this list, he doesn't seem like a good fit. He's not a dictator ruling a brutal oil state, he hasn't attacked his neighbors, and he hasn't even repressed himself.” Chainsaw on stage,” wrote the portal. However, after a moment, he explains the inclusion of the Polish President in the list – “Andrzej Duda is yesterday's man. As the last of the nationalist Law and Justice Party, which was ousted from office last year, he is sticking to his party. “He is doing everything he can to rein in Donald Tusk’s government, using his veto power and disappearing the convicted MPs,” he wrote, ending part of the relevant comment. On the Polish Head of State: “The bottom line: when you meet President Duda in Davos, do not assume that he speaks on behalf of Poland.”

President Andrzej Duda at the Economic Forum in Davos Radek Pietruszka/PAP

We asked the Head of the Office of the President of the Republic of Poland to comment on the Politico post, but did not receive a response as of the publication of this material.

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“The Dirty Dozen” forum in Davos, according to Politico

1. Javier Miley – President of Argentina 2. Muhammad ibn Salman – Saudi Crown Prince 3. Jared Kushner – Founder of Affinity Partners, son-in-law of Donald Trump 4. Ilham Aliyev – President of Azerbaijan 5. Li Qiang – Excellent chin 6. Paul Kagame – President of Rwanda 7. Robert Fico – Prime Minister of Slovakia 8. Katalin Novak – President of Hungary 9. Hon Manet – Prime Minister of Cambodia 10. Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani – Prime Minister of Qatar 11. Andrzej Duda – President of Poland 12. Amin NasserCEO of Aramco Oil and Gas Company

The start of the Economic Forum in Davos. World leaders will talk about two warsReuters

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Main image source: Radek Pietruszka/PAP

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