The Embassy of Poland in Berlin
Amb. Jerzy Margański
In 1981 Amb. Marganski graduated from Jagiellonian University with a BA in Philosophy. In 1990 at the same university he was awarded the degree of Doctor of Humanities with a thesis entitled: "The problem of quality of logic and metaphysics in the perspective of Hegel's thought." Amb. Marganski worked as a university lecturer - first at the Jagiellonian University, and in 1985-1989 at the University of Freiburg. In 1990, he became professionally connected with Polish diplomacy. In 1995 he was hired by the Polish Embassy in Bonn. He then moved on to work at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as Director of the Department of Western Europe. From 1997 to 1999 he headed the Delegation of the Polish Embassy in Berlin, then in 2001 he was director of the secretariat of the minister. In 2001-2005, he became the head of diplomatic mission in Switzerland. Later in 2008, he worked in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, mainly in positions of directors. Over the next four years he was the ambassador of Poland in Austria. In 2013, he took office as Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Germany.