List of Ambassadors of The Soviet Union To Poland - Third Polish Republic

Third Polish Republic

Soviet ambassadors in non-communist Poland included:

  • 1990–1991 – Yury Kashlev (Юрий Борисович Кашлев)

After the fall of Soviet Union, Soviet ambassadors were followed by the ambassadors from the post-Soviet states. See: List of Ambassadors of Russia to Poland.

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