Republic of Poland recognized Bosnia and Herzegovina as anindependent country on April 9, 1992. Diplomatic relations were established on January 11, 1996. Relations between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republic of Poland are good and friendly. There are no contentious issues in the bilateral relations between our two countries. Republic of Poland gives full support to Bosnia and Herzegovina on its path towards joining the European Union and NATO.
The Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Warsaw was opened on June 30, 2006. List of Ambassadors of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Republic of Poland:
- 2003-2005 H.E. Mr. Nedeljko Despotović (resident in Berlin)
- 2006-2009 H.E. Mr. Zoran Skenderija
- 2010-2014 H.E. Mrs. Koviljka Špirić
- since September 2014 H.E. Mr. Duško Kovačević
The Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Sarajevo was established in 2001. List of Ambassadors of the Republic of Poland to Bosnia and Herzegovina:
- 2001- 2005 H.E. Mr. Leszek Hensel
- 2005-2010 H.E. Mr. Andrzej Tyszkiewicz
- 2011-2012 H.E. Mr. Jerzy Chmielewski
- since May 2013 H.E. Mr. Andrzej Krawczyk
Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Poland took over through succession 14 agreements existing previously between the former SFRJ and the Republic of Poland.
Following agreements has been signed:
- Agreement on providing aid in post-war reconstruction between the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Government of the Republic of Poland (signed in Sarajevo on July 6, 1998.)
- Agreement on cooperation in the field of agriculture between the Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Republic of Poland (signed in Sarajevo on July 15, 2010.)
- Agreement on providing a tied aid credit between the Government of the Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Government of the Republic of Poland (signed in Banja Luka on July 21, 2010.)