Jarosław Guzy, a 68-year-old historian and journalist, has been appointed the new ambassador of Poland to Ukraine.

The order was presented by Minister of Foreign Affairs Zbigniev Rau, reports Ukrinform with reference to the information of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland.

"The Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau presented orders for appointment to the ambassadors: Jarosław Guzy will become Poland’s Ambassador to Ukraine," it is said in a message.

Together with Guzy, the head of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs presented orders on the appointment to ambassadors of Poland in Vietnam, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Angola.

Jarosław Guzy is a sociologist and during communist times conducted active oppositional activities for which he was interned.

In the early 90s he was an adviser Minister of Defense, then was engaged in entrepreneurship. His wife is famous Polish journalist, CEO Belsat TV channel Agnieszka Romashevska-Guzy.


Guzy will replace Bartosz Cichocki, who took up the post in February 2019.

Tsihotskyi was the only ambassador from EU countries who remained in Kyiv on February 24, 2022, when Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine began.

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