Andrzej Sadoś

Global Europe 09-02-2021

A ‘Résumé’ following the visit to Moscow

The arguments Poland raised prior to High Representative Josep Borrell’s visit to Moscow were disregarded, and now conclusions should be drawn from this. First of all, it is necessary to strengthen the best practice of consulting and formulating our Eastern...
Global Europe 20-01-2021

EU needs a strong partnership with the US to tackle global challenges

New opening in the EU-US relations is currently viewed to be one of the top priorities of EU’s foreign policy. Poland advocates and supports a special kind of relationship with the US by focusing on the issues that unite both...

How to further develop European security and defence cooperation

As the world struggles with a global pandemic, the US navigates its post-election reality and China’s role on a world stage is changing, European defence cooperation is ever more important. Poland, due to our very particular historic experience, is dedicating...

Towards a balanced EU migration policy

When it comes to migration, there should be tangible solidarity in the EU. However, Poland cannot accept the paradigm according to which solidarity is based on obligatory measures, including relocation, writes Andrzej Sadoś.
Politics 31-08-2020

Belarus: Lessons from Polish Solidarity

There are unexpectedly many similarities between what is going on in Belarus now and what was taking place in Poland in 1980. The peaceful awakening in Belarus deserves Europe's backing, including expert and financial help, writes Andrzej Sadoś.
Global Europe 10-04-2020

Ten years after the Smolensk tragedy

10 April marks the tenth anniversary of the Smolensk plane crash that killed 96 people including the Polish president, central bank chief and military commanders. Ambassador Andrzej Sadoś explains how this tragic incident further deepened the divide between Poland and Russia.