Adam Bugajski

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Adam Zbigniew Bugajski (born 11 June 1974 in Gdańsk) is a Polish civil servant who serves as an permanent representative to the United Nations Office at Vienna (2015–2019).

Polish civil servant
Adam Bugajski

Adam Bugajski (left), 2015
Poland Ambassador to the United Nations Office at Vienna
In office
19 January 2015  October 2019
Preceded by Przemysław Grudziński
Succeeded by Adam Hałaciński / Dominika Krois
Personal details
Born (1974-06-11) June 11, 1974 (age 47)
Nationality Polish
Children three
Alma mater University of Gdańsk
Profession diplomat
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Adam Bugajski has graduated from history at the University of Gdańsk as well as National School of Public Administration in Warsaw.[1]

After graduation, he joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). He has been working at the Permanent Delegation of the Republic of Poland to NATO in Brussels (2003–2010), since 2008 as a deputy chief of the mission. He oversaw the overall performance of the Delegation, represented Poland at senior NATO fora and was responsible for drafting of key political documents, including declarations from NATO summits and ministerial meetings. Afterwards, he served as Deputy Director of the Department of Strategy and Foreign Policy Planning at the MFA, being in charge of development of the concept of long-term Polish foreign policy and its implementation. From 2011 to 2015, he was director of the Security Policy Department with responsibility for the Polish security policy, including relations with NATO, the OSCE, security policy-related issues in the European Union and the arms control, disarmament and non-proliferation policy.[2]

On 19 January 2015 Adam Bugajski was appointed the Permanent Representative of Poland to the UN Office and International Organisations in Vienna. At this post he assures Polish participation in a number of international organisations in Vienna, e.g.: the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the International Atomic Energy Agency, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization.[2] Ending his term in October 2019, Bugajski took the post of director of the Security Policy Department.[3]

In 2012 he was decorated with the Silver Cross of Merit by the President of the Republic of Poland.[4]

She can speak English, French, and to some extent, German languages. He is married with three children.[2]

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