ALL THE GRADUATES OF MOSCOW UNIVERSITIES WILL BE DISMISSED FROM
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland wants to dismiss old diplomats, mostly graduates of the MGIMO, and recruit new ones, even if their qualification is lower. It is reported by Upmp.news with reference to Correspondent.net.
The new Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jacek Chaputovich, intends to dismiss all diplomats who have graduated from Russian universities. As it is reported, the new head of the foreign policy department is pursuing a fundamentally different policy than his predecessor, Witold Vaschikovsky.
According to the publication, one of the main reasons Witold Waschikovsky`s resignation, was the reluctance to change the personnel policy in the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Former Minister opposed dismissals at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the recruitment of new employees without diplomatic experience.
Meanwhile, the new Polish Foreign Minister is pursuing a completely different recruiting policy. In particular, Jacek Chaputovich will wave-off older workers – mostly graduates of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) and will employ new diplomats, even with lower qualifications.
Occupying the post of the Deputy Minister, Jacek Chaputovich scaled down the requirements for the competition for diplomatic and consular services and dismissed the director of the Diplomatic Academy Arthur Garazim.
Recall that Polish Foreign Minister Vitold Waschikovsky was dismissed from office on January 9, and Jacek Chaputovych was appointed new minister.