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    Polish Ambassador to the US Steps Down

    Polish Ambassador to the US, Marek Magierowski, to leave his post in July. His departure surprises officials.

    Polish Radio has reported that Marek Magierowski, the Polish Ambassador to the United States, will be leaving his post in mid-July, following the NATO summit in Washington. This unexpected news has surprised many, including Presidential Minister Marcin Mastalerek.

    Minister Mastalerek expressed his astonishment, saying, “He is a good ambassador, and there was no prior indication of this change.” He emphasized the importance of responsibility and cooperation, echoing President Andrzej Duda’s calls for unity across political lines during the National Security Council meetings.

    Magierowski assumed his role in Washington in 2021. Before that, he served as Poland’s ambassador to Israel for three years. From 2015 to 2018, he held various positions under President Andrzej Duda and at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    Future Implications

    Magierowski’s departure raises questions about future diplomatic relations and the continuity of Poland’s foreign policy in the US. His experience and leadership have been assets, and his successor will have significant responsibilities ahead.

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