On 26th February, the University of Warsaw hosted a meeting with Tomasz Siemoniak, the member of the Council of Ministers, the coordinator of special services.

Tomasz Siemoniak is a graduate of the Foreign Trade Faculty at the Warsaw School of Economics and a scholarship holder at the University of Duisburg.


He was, the director of the press and information office at the Ministry of National Defence, the deputy chairman of the supervisory board of the Polish News Agency. From December 2000 to mid-2002, he was the deputy mayor of Warsaw. From 2002 to 2006, he was named as a board member of the Polish Radio, and then served as the deputy marshal of the Masovian Voivodeship until 2007.


In November 2007, he was appointed Secretary of State at the Ministry of the Interior and Administration, and from 2011 he served as Minister of National Defence. In September 2014, he took office as Deputy Prime Minister. Since 2015, he has been a member of the Polish Sejm.


In December 2023, he was appointed the Minister – Member of the Council of Ministers and the Coordinator of special services.


Lecturing at UW

On 26th February, Minister Tomasz Siemoniak gave the lecture “Two years of war. Is Poland in danger?” at the University of Warsaw. The meeting was held in the Senate Hall of the Kazimierzowski Palace on the campus at Krakowskie Przedmieście.