Brief history

The Bilateral Relationship - Short Overview


Short history of the bilateral diplomatic relations

Romania and Poland established diplomatic relations, at the level of provisional mission, on February 9, 1919. On May 31st 1919, the level was raised to that of legation. On May 31st 1938, the diplomatic missions received the rank of embassies. Diplomatic relations were suspended on October 28th 1940 and re-established in 1945.


Diplomatic representation

Mr. Ovidiu Dranga is Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to the Republic of Poland since June 19th 2013, upon presentation of the accreditation letters.

Mr. Marcin Wilczek is Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Poland to Romania since September 10th 2015 - presentation of the accreditation letters.

Romania has an Honorary General Consulate in Kielce (Mr. Michał Solowow is Honorary General Consul) and two other honorary consulates: in Poznan (Mrs. Iuliana Grazynska is Honorary Consul) and in Białystok (Mrs. Ewa Moroz Ustynowicz is Honorary Consul).


Short characterization of the bilateral relations

The Romanian-Polish relations are valued as excellent by the two countries, being based on a Strategic Partnership, under constant deepening and consolidation, and on a high level sustained political dialogue. The coordination of national positions and approaches of the two countries within the EU and at multilateral level is one of the focuses of the Romanian-Polish Strategic Partnership.

Visit to Poland of the Head of the Department of National Security of Romania


On November 5-7, 2019, Mr. Ion Oprișor, Presidential Adviser, Head of the Department of…

Participation of the Ambassador of Romania in Warsaw in the Meridian Career Talks


On October 21, following the invitation launched by the Meridian International High School in…

The Head of Mission attended the Cybersec Forum in Katowice


The Ambassador of Romania to Poland took part in the 5th edition of the European Cybersecurity…