Dear Sirs
Welcome to the Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Iceland in Warsaw.

I am very pleased to welcome you to the official website of the Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Iceland in Warsaw. Here you can find information about current activities of the Consulate, joint Polish-Icelandic projects and basic consular information.


Consulate of Iceland in Warsaw has existed since January 2014. Primary objective of the Consulate is to providing consular assistance for Icelandic citizens residing in Poland. The Consulate also supports promotion of Polish - Icelandic relations, as well as bring closer to the Poles Icelandic language, history and culture.


I am convinced that the activity of the Consulate will allow Polish and Icelandic citizens learn more about each other, which will undoubtedly contribute to the strengthening of friendship between the Poland and Iceland.


Yours faithfully,
Boguslaw Szemioth
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Iceland in Warsaw.

Latest news

10th june 2021

Brand new album from the Icelandic band KVIKA - The River

The Icelandic band KVIKA (English: magma)  is releasing their third album today, 10.6.2021. It's called "The River". 
The origin of the name comes from three different sources:

1) A reference to two of the songs from the album,

2) The river Vistula in Krakow where some of the songs were composed and

3) The final recordings in a holiday home by the river Blanda in Iceland. It can be said that the name merged into one river from three brooks. 

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9th june 2020

How Iceland Beat the Coronavirus - an article from the New Yorker

The New Yorker has recently published an article "How Iceland Beat the Coronavirus". Please see the article here 


To find out more information on Iceland's response  to COVID-19 please visit a website runs by The Directorate of Health and The Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management.

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5th march 2020

Official visit of the President of the Republic of Iceland to Poland -3rd day

On Thursday, the last day of the Presidential Couple visit to Poland, H.E. President Johanesson has started the day with sailing on Oceanograf vessel, R&D ship owned by University of Gdansk where he had opportunity both to meet representatives of Gdansk Port Authority to discuss about port & shipyard industry and to hear more about marine and oceanography higher education. Later on the agenda foreseen visit at Maritime Advanced Research Centre (CTO) dedicated to learn more regarding the sector of R&D ship design. 

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