School children form School Complex no. 13 (Zespół Szkół nr 13) visited the Wroclaw Consulate and where given Winnie-the-Pooch book in Estonian (Karupoeg Puhh).


Secretary of the City Wroclaw Wlodzimerz Patałas visited the Honorary Consul to discuss “Drugi Dom” (Second Home) initiative.




The Honorary Consul of Estonia in Wroclaw hosted an event. It was a meeting with many representatives of Wroclaw’s Corps Consulaire. Due to a date being close to end of October the event was Halloween themed.



On 06.07.2023 the Wroclaw President Jacek Sutryk visited the Honorary Consul Waldemar Sieminski in the renewed Consulate Office.


Drugi Dom – 3rd edition

The consulate continues to run the Drugi Dom (Second Home) initiative. At the latest edition we had many prominent guests including Wroclaw President and members of the Wroclaw Consulate Corpus.

For more info check:


Febuary 2023

Helping animals

Starting of Drugi Dom initiative to encourage citizens to adopt animals from shelter.

The initiative aims to increase the possibility of adopting dogs from the shelter by reaching people potentially interested in adoption, and who, for various reasons, and in particular because of their sensitivity, are afraid of visiting it. Taking dogs to the park, instead of Sunday walks of Wrocław residents, casual contact or even a walk with a dog in need of a second home, a conversation with a volunteer-guardian of the dog, are important aspects of our initiative. But the most important thing is to overcome the fear of adopting a dog from a shelter.

Check http://www.drugidom.org for more info.

January 2023


08.01.23 Meeting with Marshal of Lower Silesia Voivodeship.

16.01.23 Meeting with Wroclaw’s President Jacek Sutryk.


Passport Day

Participation in Passport Day along with consuls of 22 other countries. An event for school children to learn about different countries.

June 2022


-Meeting at the City Hall with the Indian ambassador to Poland, Mrs. Nagma Mohamed Mallick. on the occasion of the exhibition: “India’s History in Architecture-Monuments & Churches of India”

-Consul’s interview for “Dziennik Bałtycki” on consular activities.

May 2022

Support of Ukraine

Installing a large (15 m x 1.25 m) LED light sign “GLORY OF UKRAINE” on the facade of the building in which the consulate is located (along with the Estonian flag on a mast)

-Speech on Echo 24 television with a public message about Estonia’s involvement in helping refugees with reference to Estonia’s achievements in cybersecurity and counteracting disinformation.

April 2022

Helping refugees

– Handover of 14 flats for refugees, free of charge, for a period of 6 months.

– Assistance in the organization of a humanitarian aid worth EUR 22,000, lending 2 company cars to the Ukrainian Bucza and Irpien.

– Preparation of the project of the Estonian Culture Club, meeting on this matter with the Vice Mayor of Wrocław, Jakub Mazur

March 2022

Helping refugees

-Organization of aid for the first Ukrainian refugees. Transfer of some refugees to Hanover, Germany.

– Consul’s participation in the action of transporting dogs from the border in Medyka to Wrocław. Organization of assistance at the TOZ animal shelter. Speech on Radio RAM.

February 2022


Work on finalizing a documentary about Estonia.

January 2022


Participation of the New Year’s dinner organized by the Marshal of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship.


Estionian Independence Day!

Today we celebrate  the anniversary of the signing Estonian Declaration of Independence in 1918r.



An official meeting between the Honorary Consul Waldemar Siemiński and the President of Opole, Arkadiusz Wiśniewski. The topis of discussion included cooperation between Estonia and the region and displaying an exhibition: The Baltic Brothers – the Common Fate of Poland and Estonia in the 20th Century at Opole market square.



Meeting between consul Waldemar Siemiński and the Voivode of Lower Silesian Region, Jarosław Obremski. The topics included economical cooperation between Estonia and the region and patronage over the documentary film about Polish diaspora in Estonia.



Time: 9-30 March 2020
Place: Market Square, Wroclaw
The Baltic Brothers – the Common Fate of Poland and Estonia in the 20th Century

The exhibition was initiated and organised by the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Estonia in Wroclaw, Mr. Waldemar Siemiński. Whereas, Mr. Jacek Cielecki is the curator of the exhibition which was organised with the involvement of Wroclaw’s authorities.
The main principle behind the exhibition is to familiarise citizens with the various relations between Poland and Estonia, including political, historical and cultural, which all are not commonly known and discussed. The 12 stands (12 in Polish and 12 in English) provide the reader with an unique opportunity to learn about the events and personas which were key contributors to deepening the relations between both nations.



Consuls meeting with Marshal of Opole Voivodeship and the Leader of  Opole Voivodeship Council.


Following the invitation of General Consul of Germany Mr. Hans Jörg Neumann, the consul was an honorary guest at New Years Concert at Opole’s Philharmony



New year’s meeting beween President Jacek Suryk and Diplomatic Corps of Wrocław. Consul represented by attaché, Mr. Maciej Siemiński.



Visit of the Honorary Consul of Kingdom of Spain, mr. Jesus Garcia-Nieto Moreno.



New year’s meeting with the Marshal of Lower Silesian Voivodeship and the Leader of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship Council.



Mr Honorary Consul participated in an interview by Radio Wrocław

Grand Opening of the Consulate of the Republic of Estonia
in Wroclaw

The ceremony was held on the 27th of November in the Wroclaw’s Old City Hall, on the market square.
It was attended by many officials including the Estonian Ambassador to Poland, H.E. Martin Roger, Director General of External Economic and Development Cooperation Department, Mr. Jüri Seilenthal and The President of Wroclaw, Mr. Jacek Sutryk and many other Polish personas as well as Consuls of forein states.

During the ceremony the new Honorary Consul Mr. Waldemar Siemiński was sworn to office and handed Consul Patent and Exequatur along with Estonian Coat of Arms.



“We Wrocławiu mamy nowy konsulat”


First act as a Consul

Issuing a Estonian Passport for a young citizen of Republic of Estonia. Hand delivered to his mother.