On 2nd March, the Mongolian Minister of Foreign Affairs, L.Purevsuren, who is currently participating in the 31st conference of the UN-Human Rights Council had a meeting with the Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Witold Waszczykowski. The meeting took place at the Office of the United Nations in Geneva.
During the meeting, the two ministers exchanged opinions about regional issues as well as bi-lateral relations and co-operation between the two countries. Minister Witold Waszczykowski also announced that the Government of Poland has decided to establish an Embassy in Ulaanbaatar and that Polish representatives headed by the Prime Minister will participate in the ASEM Summit in Mongolia in July.
Diplomatic relations between Mongolia and Poland were established on 14th April 1950. Ten years later in 1960, Poland opened an embassy; this was closed down in 2009. At present, the Polish Ambassador to Mongolia works out of the Embassy of Poland in Beijing.
Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs