According to a New York Times reporter at the White House, Mark Preszewski, the son of US President Jimmy Carter’s adviser Gibbnez Brezhnevsky, could become US ambassador to Poland. Joe Biden is taking his candidacy seriously.
Presisky is the candidate for ambassador to Poland
Journalists from the New York Times reached out to candidates for US ambassadors in several countries. The list also includes the name of Marek Presisky, who takes the facility in Warsaw.
Mark Francis Presinsky is a lawyer and diplomat. He received his PhD in political science from Oxford. He is fluent in Polish. In 2007, he was awarded the Cross of the Order of Merit by an officer of the Republic of Poland.
From 1999-2001, he was an adviser to Eastern Europe under the administration of Bill Clinton. During George W. Bush’s presidency, he taught privately and at Columbia University. During Barack Obama’s presidency, he served as US Ambassador to Sweden from 2011-2015 and as foreign policy adviser during the Obama presidential campaign in 2008 *
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