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    EEAS: two Polish women have been nominated as the EU Ambassadors

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    Starting in September, two Polish ambassadors will be assigned to the European Union. Beata Pęksa will be the new Ambassador to Turkmenistan and Karolina Stasiak has been nominated to be the new Ambassador to Zambia.

    According to the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in September Poles will be at the forefront of 7 delegations: Barbados, Georgia, Panama, Singapore, Taiwan, Turkmenistan, and Zambia.

    Beata Pęksa is a Polish diplomat who served as an ambassador to Iraq from January 2018 to March 2020. Prior to her appointment as ambassador, she worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in various positions, including Deputy Director of the Middle East and North Africa Department. She is currently Minister Plenipotentiary within the Central Asia Division, Eastern Department in the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She has previously served as Ambassador/ Representative of Poland to the Political and Security Committee of the European Union.

    Karolina Stasiak is currently Head of the EEAS Support to Delegations Division. She has also served as Deputy of the EEAS Division responsible for West Africa. She has previously served as Head of Political, Press and Information Section to the EU Delegation to Senegal.

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