Embassy of Ukraine, Warsaw

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Location
52°12'54"N
021°01'18"E
Country
 Poland
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The Embassy of Ukraine in Warsaw is the diplomatic mission of Ukraine in Poland.

History

Poland recognised the independence of Ukraine on December 2, 1991. Diplomatic relations were established on January 4, 1992. After the establishment of an independent Ukraine in 1991, the opened an office in Poland, sending a diplomat with the rank of "Special Envoy of the government," starting diplomatic relations. In 1992 it was raised to the rank of an embassy. Currently it is located in the building of the former USSR Trade Representation 7 Szucha, 00-580 Warsaw.

Ambassadors

Olexander Karpynskyy (1918) Andriy Livytskyi (1919–1920) Isai Hurhin (1920) Mieczyslaw Loganovsky (1921) Alexander Shumsky (1921–1922) Gregory Besyedovskyy (1922–1923) Teodozij Starak (1991) Anatoly Shevchuk (1991–1992) Hennadiy Udovenko (1992–1994) Peter Sardachuk (1994–1998) Dmytro Pavlychko (1999–2002) Olexander Nikonenko (2002–2003) Ihor Kharchenko (2003–2005) Olexander Motsyk (2005–2010) Markiyan Malsky (2010–2014) Vladyslav Kanevsky (2014), сharge d'Affaires Andrii Deshchytsia (since 2014)
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