Guatemala City, by Daniel Coromac -AGN- Guatemala opened an embassy in Warsaw, Poland. This was announced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs -Minex- as part of the work agenda of Minister Búcaro.
The official opening of the new diplomatic headquarters took place in Warsaw, Poland. The objective is to strengthen diplomatic ties with Poland, a key and strategic European partner. The embassy will improve the attention provided to Guatemalans in Europe.
During the ceremony, the Foreign Minister said that Guatemala now has forty-four embassies in different continents, which reflects the strong commitment of the Government of the President of the Republic, Alejandro Giammattei, to strengthen relations with other countries around the world.
The Minister added that establishing this diplomatic headquarters exemplifies the response to the demands of a politically ever-changing world, with significant challenges that motivate the search for synergies and alliances. Furthermore, the practice of ongoing and effective cultural diplomacy will contribute to promoting and positioning of Guatemala as a destination of tourist attraction.
“The new embassy will strengthen ties between the two countries, which share common views, values, and principles, as well as a clear and responsible pacifist vocation and a commitment to promote development and economic growth,” stated the Minister.
Diplomatic relations between Guatemala and Poland were established on January 20, 1934, characterized by cordiality and mutual trust. These relations have been developed mainly through high-level bilateral meetings in multilateral forums.