|Deputy Secretary of Foreign Affairs
June 28, 1917 – January 30, 1918
(speaker of Central Rada)
|Preceded by||position created|
|Succeeded by||position disbanded|
February 26, 1879|
Kamianets-Podilsky, Podolie Governorate
|Political party||Polish Democratic Central
Polski Komitet Wykonawczy
Mieczysław Mickiewicz (1879 – before 1939) was a Ukrainian politician and lawyer of Polish descent, later a statesman of the Second Polish Republic.
Mieczysław Mickiewicz (Polish Democratic Central) served as the Deputy-Secretary of Polish Affairs in several cabinets of the Ukrainian People's Republic, also translated as the Ukrainian National Republic (UNR), headed by Volodymyr Vynnychenko (1917/1918). Then he served as voivode of Volhynian Voivodeship, Poland, from February 22, 1922 until February 1, 1923.
- National minorities in Ukraine in times of the Ukrainian revolution (Національні меншини України під час Української революції). Radio Svoboda. 2007-09-19
- Komar, V.L. Poles in the post-imperial Russia 1918-21. pdf
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