Polish-German relations in the twentieth century was as multi-dimensional and multi-faceted, were complex and included topics around which grew much controversy. Much space is devoted to them in public debates. Numerous meetings of diplomats and politicians were one of the elements that led to close cooperation, not only in terms of economy and trade, but also of culture and science. On contemporary relations and their perspective in the future will be devoted to a lecture of the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany in Poland – Rolf Nikel, “German-Polish relations are facing new challenges”.
Rolf Nikel – representing the President of the Federal Republic of Germany in Polish, graduate of political science, economics and international law in Frankfurt, Durham, N.C. and Paris. From 1982 -1983 Ministry of Foreign Affairs held the position paper for. Soviet Union. From 1983 -1986 Ambassador in Moscow, then from 1989 Ambassador in Nairobi. From 1989 – 1994 he served as Federal Chancellor, the Deputy Head of the Department for. Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union and the Balkans. From 1994 -1996 he was in the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the framework of exchange of officials. In 1996 – 1998 he held the post of Ambassador of Germany in Paris as deputy head of the Political Department. In 2002 – 2005 (Embassy in Washington), Deputy Head of the Political Department. Between 2005 and 2006 he adopted the Federal Chancellery, as head of the Group on. UN and global issues, and also worked as a Federal Chancellor (replacing the director of the Department of Foreign and Security Policy). From 2014 he was the Representative of the Federal Government Affairs. Disarmament and Arms Control, and was appointed Ambassador of Germany to Poland.
Lecture “German-Polish relations in the face of new challenges” will be held on 16 March at. 11.00 in the building of Radom Academy of Economics, Traugutta 61a.