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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland
  • POLISH FOREIGN POLICY

  • The foreign policy of the Republic of Poland is conducted by the Council of Ministers. As the representative of the State in foreign affairs, the President of the Republic cooperates with the Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs on foreign policy issues.


    The Minister of Foreign Affairs coordinates the foreign policy of the Polish government and enjoys a vast range of powers in this dimension which stem from Polish law. As the head of Poland’s diplomacy – the chief instrument of foreign policy – the Minister is responsible for maintaining relations with other states, pursuing the interests of the Polish state and its citizens, and caring for Poland’s global image.


    The foreign policy of the Republic of Poland is implemented by the Foreign Service – civil servants and diplomats working at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Warsaw and at Polish diplomatic missions abroad.

     

    Statement of the President of the Republic of Poland Mr. Andrzej Duda High Level Debate of the UN Security Council (18 January 2018)

     

    Remarks by Minister Witold Waszczykowski at the PISM Foreign Policy Forum "The global challenges of Polish foreign policy in the context of its UN Security Council membership" (14 November 2017)

     

    Information of the Minister of Foreign Affairs on Polish foreign policy tasks in 2017 (9 February 2017)

     

    Speech at the open debate at the UN Security Council entitled "Conflict prevention and sustaining peace" (10 January 2017)

     

     

     

     

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