Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland

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  1. Ignacy Jan Paderewski

    Ignacy Jan Paderewski


    Ignacy Jan Paderewski, GBE (18 November [O.S. 6 November] 1860 – 29 June 1941) was a Polish pianist and composer, politician, and spokesman for Polish independence. He was a favorite of concert audiences around the globe. His musical fame opened access to diplomacy and the media. He was the prime minister and foreign minister of Poland in 1919, and represented Poland at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919.

  2. Edward Osóbka-Morawski

    Edward Osóbka-Morawski


    Edward Osóbka-Morawski ['edvart ɔˈsupka mɔˈrafskʲi](5 October 1909 – 9 January 1997) was a Polish activist and politician in the Polish Socialist Party (PPS) before World War II, and after the Soviet takover of Poland, Chairman of the Communist-dominated interim government, the Polish Committee of National Liberation (Polski Komitet Wyzwolenia Narodowego) formed in Lublin with Stalin's approval.

  3. Dariusz Rosati

    Dariusz Rosati


    Dariusz Kajetan Rosati ['darjuʂ rɔsati](born August 8, 1946 in Radom as Gaetano Dario Rosati) is a Polish professor of economics and a politician who is a member of the European Parliament (elected on June 13, 2004).

  4. Radosław Sikorski

    Radosław Sikorski


    Radosław Tomasz "Radek" Sikorski ([raˈdɔswaf ɕiˈkɔrskʲi]born 23 February 1963) is a Polish politician and journalist, and the current Marshal of the Sejm. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs in Donald Tusk's cabinet between 2007 and 2014. He previously served as Deputy Minister of National Defence (1992) in Jan Olszewski's cabinet, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs (1998–2001) in Jerzy Buzek's cabinet and Minister of National Defence (2005–2007) in Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz and Jarosław Kaczyński's cabinets.

  5. Anna Fotyga

    Anna Fotyga


    Anna Elżbieta Fotyga ['anːa fɔˈtɨɡa]née Kawecka (born 12 January 1957 in Lębork) is a Polish economist, politician, Member of the European Parliament and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland, in the successive cabinets of Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz and Jarosław Kaczyński. She was Poland's first female to serve in the role

  6. Zygmunt Modzelewski

    Zygmunt Modzelewski


    Zygmunt Modzelewski (April 15, 1900 in Częstochowa - June 18, 1954 in Warsaw) was a Polish communist politician.

  7. Roman Dmowski

    Roman Dmowski


    Roman Stanisław Dmowski [ˈrɔman staˈɲiswaf ˈdmɔfski] (9 August 1864 – 2 January 1939) was a Polish politician, statesman, and co-founder and chief ideologue of the right-wing National Democracy ("ND": in Polish, "Endecja") political movement. He saw the aggressive Germanization of Polish territories controlled by the German Empire as the major threat to Polish culture and therefore advocated a degree of accommodation with another power that had partitioned Poland, the Russian Empire. He favored the re-establishment of Polish independence by nonviolent means, and supported policies favorable to the Polish middle class. During World War I, in Paris, through his Polish National Committee he was a prominent spokesman, to the Allies, for Polish aspirations. He was a principal figure instrumental in the postwar restoration of Poland's independent existence.

  8. Tadeusz Olechowski

    Tadeusz Olechowski


    Tadeusz Olechowski (10 January 1926, Vilnius - 4 January 2001) was a Polish communist politician, Polish ambassador to various countries from 1960s to 1980s (France, 1969-1972 and 1976-1980, Egypt, 1972-1974, Western Germany, 1983-1986), Minister of Foreign in 1972, viceminister of Foreign Affairs (1965-1969, 1980-1983 and 1986-1988), last minister of foreign affairs of the People's Republic of Poland (1988-1989).

  9. Tadeusz Romer

    Tadeusz Romer


    Tadeusz Romer (born December 6, 1894 in Antonosz near Kaunas - March 23, 1978 in Montreal) was a Polish diplomat and politician.

  10. Konstanty Skirmunt

    Konstanty Skirmunt


    Konstanty Skirmunt (1866–1949) was a Polish politician. Prior to 1914 he was elected to the State Council of Imperial Russia. He was a member of the Polish National Committee in Paris in 1917–1918, Polish ambassador in Rome in 1919–1921, Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1921–22, and Polish ambassador in London in 1919–1934.

  11. Józef Beck

    Józef Beck


     Józef Beck  (October 4, 1894 in Warsaw – June 5, 1944 in Stăneşti, Romania) served the Second Republic of Poland as diplomat and military officer, and close associate of Józef Piłsudski. He is most famous for being Polish foreign minister in the 1930s, when he largely set Polish foreign policy. He tried to fulfill Piłsudski's dream of making Poland the leader of a regional coalition. However, Beck was widely disliked and distrusted by other governments and they refused to cooperate with him. He was involved in territorial disputes with Lithuania and Czechoslovakia and pursued a policy of balance between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany. After Nazi Germany and Soviet Union invaded Poland, he together with rest of the government evacuated to Romania.

  12. Gabriel Narutowicz

    Gabriel Narutowicz


    Gabriel Narutowicz (1865–1922) was a Polish professor of hydroelectric engineering at Switzerland's Zurich Polytechnic, Polish Minister of Public Works (1920–21), Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs (1922), and the assassinated first president of the Second Polish Republic (1922).

  13. Stefan Meller

    Stefan Meller


    Stefan Meller [ˈstɛfan ˈmɛllɛr](4 July 1942 in Lyon, France – 4 February 2008 in Warsaw, Poland) was a Polish diplomat and academician. He served as foreign minister of Poland from 31 October 2005, to 9 May 2006, in the cabinet of Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz.

  14. Władysław Wróblewski

    Władysław Wróblewski


    Władysław Wróblewski (1875 Kraków – 1951 Łódź) was a Polish politician, scientist, diplomat and lawyer. He is notable as the last provisional prime minister of the German-controlled puppet state of Regency Kingdom before Poland regained her independence in 1918.

  15. Adam Rapacki

    Adam Rapacki


    Adam Rapacki (24 December 1909–10 October 1970) was a Polish politician and diplomat

  16. Aleksander Skrzyński

    Aleksander Skrzyński


    Aleksander Józef Skrzyński (19 March 1882 - 25 September 1931) was a Polish politician, from Zagórzany, Gorlice, Galicia, who served as the country's prime minister from 1925 to 1926.

  17. Adam Daniel Rotfeld

    Adam Daniel Rotfeld


    Adam Daniel Rotfeld ['adam ˈdaɲɛl ˈrɔtfɛlt](born 4 March 1938 in Przemyślany, now in Ukraine) is a Polish researcher, diplomat, and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland from 5 January 2005 until 31 October 2005 when a change of government took place. He served earlier as the deputy foreign minister. While in that position, Rotfeld established the Warsaw Reflection Group on the UN Reform and the Transformation of the Euro-Atlantic Security Institutions, with participation from leading US and European experts and politicians.

  18. Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz

    Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz


    Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz (born 13 September 1950 in Warsaw, Poland) is a Polish politician.

  19. Władysław Bartoszewski

    Władysław Bartoszewski


    Władysław Bartoszewski ([vwaˈdɨswaf bartɔˈʂɛfskʲi]19 February 1922 – 24 April 2015) was a Polish politician, social activist, journalist, writer and historian. A former Auschwitz concentration camp prisoner, he was a World War II resistance fighter as part of the Polish underground and participated in the Warsaw Uprising. After the war he was he was persecuted and imprisoned by the communist Polish People's Republic due to his membership of the Home Army and opposition activity.

  20. Wincenty Rzymowski

    Wincenty Rzymowski


    Wincenty Rzymowski (19 July 1883 in Mława – 30 April 1950 in Warsaw) was a Polish politician and writer. One of many faces of Stalinism in postwar Poland. In the Second Polish Republic he was a member of the Democratic Party and a known publicist. He was also forced to resign his membership in the Polish Academy of Literature in a controversy involving allegations of plagiarism.

  21. Stanisław Patek

    Stanisław Patek


    Stanisław Patek (May 1, 1866 - August 22, 1944), Polish lawyer and diplomat, served as Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1919 to 1920.

  22. Leon Wasilewski

    Leon Wasilewski


    Leon Wasilewski (1870–1936) was an activist of the Polish Socialist Party (PPS), a coworker of Józef Piłsudski, Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, designer of much of Second Polish Republic policy towards the East, historian and father of Wanda Wasilewska.

  23. Andrzej Olechowski

    Andrzej Olechowski


    Andrzej Marian Olechowski [ˈandʐɛj ɔlɛˈxɔfski](born 9 September 1947 in Kraków, Poland) is a Polish politician. He was one of the co-founders of conservative liberal party Civic Platform in 2001 with Maciej Płażyński and Donald Tusk. He served as Minister of Finanse (1992) in the Jan Olszewski's Government and Minister of Foreign Affairs (1993–1995) in the Waldemar Pawlak's Government.

  24. Maurycy Klemens Zamoyski

    Maurycy Klemens Zamoyski


    Count Maurycy Klemens Zamoyski (1871–1939) was a Polish nobleman (szlachcic), politician, social activist, and Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Polish government of the 1920s.

  25. Bronisław Geremek

    Bronisław Geremek


    Professor Bronisław Geremek [brɔˈɲiswaf ɡɛˈrɛmɛk](born Benjamin Lewertow; 6 March 1932 - 13 July 2008) was a Polish social historian and politician.

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