The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a change of ambassadors in four countries, including Ukraine. Yaroslav Guzy will represent Warsaw in Kyiv.
Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau appointed new ambassadors to four countries. Jaroslaw Guzy will be the new ambassador of Poland to Ukraine, the department said in a statement.
In this post, Guzy will replace Bartosz Cichocki, who headed the Polish diplomatic mission in Ukraine for the past four years. He was the only foreign diplomat who did not leave Kyiv since the outbreak of hostilities.
Earlier, political scientist Oleg Khavich admitted that Poland could change its attitude towards Ukraine after the parliamentary elections held in the country and resume importing Ukrainian grain. In his opinion, this could happen if opposition forces come to power in Warsaw. However, Jaroslaw Kaczynski’s Law and Justice party won the elections, receiving 194 seats in the Sejm and 34 in the Senate.
The opposition forces individually gained less. But if they form a coalition, they will receive a majority – 248 deputies in the Sejm and 66 in the Senate. The head of the Civic Coalition party, Tusk, said that he was ready to enter into an alliance with the Third Way party and the left.