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Tomasz Niegodzisz

H.E. Tomasz Niegodzisz, Former Ambassador of Poland to Serbia

Ambassador Niegodzisz Opened An Exhibition Of Polish Artists

The opening was attended by members of the diplomatic corps accredited in Serbia, as well as Polish diaspora.

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2016 Highlights – 2017 Expectations

In our now traditional survey, CorD ends each year by posing questions to ambassadors accredited in Serbia that relate to the year that is coming to an end and their expectations for the year ahead

Polish Ambassador Opens Exhibition Of Stained Glass

An exhibition of stained glassworks by Adam Stalony-Dobrzański was opened by Polish Ambassador H.E. Tomasz Niegodzisz in the crypt of Belgrade’s St. Sava Temple. Stalony-Dobrzański...

National Independence Day Of Poland Marked

H.E. Tomasz Niegodzisz, Ambassador of Poland to Serbia, formally opened the “Retrospective of the Films of Andrzej Wajda” at the Yugoslav Film Archives Cinematheque. This...

Meeting Of Krakow Students and Catholic Church Representatives In Serbia

The ambassadorial residence of H.E. Tomasz Niegodzisz, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to the Republic of Serbia, hosted a meeting of Krakow students and representatives of the Catholic Church in Serbia.

Polish Commander’s Cross Order Of Merit Awarded

31.5.2017Former Serbian Ambassador to Poland Radojko Bogojević awarded
Exhibition “Silent And Inconspicuous” Opens 2017

Exhibition “Silent And Inconspicuous” Opens

Historical exhibition dedicated to World War II’s heroic Polish paratroopers of the State Army
“Poles And Germans – The History Of Dialogue” 2016

“Poles And Germans – The History Of Dialogue”

The exhibition opens at the National Library of Serbia
Poland’s National Independence Day marked on 11th November 2016

Polish Independence Celebrated

Poland’s National Independence Day marked on 11th November
Tomasz Niegodzisz

New Ambasador Of The Republic Of Poland In Serbia

H.E. Tomasz Niegodzisz

The Polish Ambassador to Serbia, H.E. Mr. Tomasz Niegodzisz, was born in Suwalki, Poland, in 1957. He graduated from the John Paul II Catholic...
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