Biden marks CIA's 75 years as Polish spy agency AW celebrates 20th anniversary
LANGLEY, Virginia — President Joe Biden lauded the CIA as the “bedrock of our national security” during a Friday visit to the agency, which also is part of the wide-ranging intelligence effort to support Ukraine’s resistance against Russia.
Biden marked the 75th anniversary of the agency’s founding after World War II. While at the headquarters in Virginia, he thanked the CIA for its work in Ukraine and called America’s intelligence officers “the best in the world.”
On June 29th, the Polish Foreign Intelligence Agency (AW) announced its 20th anniversary.
This included an Anniversary Competition where Polish people can submit any form of art describing AW’s intelligence activities until September 2022 (the winners will be announced on Sep. 6, 2022), an exhibition at the Enigma Cipher Centre of Poland, as well as a comic book titled “Rygor” covering the WWII efforts of French and Polish spies to create an espionage network from Morocco to Libya. Based on “Rygor”, AW also released a series of posters for its 20th Anniversary Campaign, asking people to print them and place them all around Poland.