PhD in economics (the subject of the doctoral thesis: "Institutional Conditions for the Activity of Polish Enterprises of the Building Materials Industry on the Eastern Markets"). Graduate of PhD studies at the Collegium of World Economy of the Warsaw School of Economics and master's studies at the Warsaw School of Economics in the fields of Spatial Management and International Relations (specialization: Economy of Central and Eastern Europe). Author and co-author of scientific publications on international economic relations in the region of the former USSR.
Polish women do not often become the heroines of media reports in Central Asia. In February 2020, however, it was different. The story of Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska, a journalist, "heated up" the headlines of local news portals. More importantly, "between the lines" she talked a lot about contemporary Uzbekistan and the role of women in politics.Magdalena Sobańska-Cwalina
Uzbekistan, under the leadership of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, has embarked on a path of reform. Almost daily, the media there report on new initiatives and projects. It is no coincidence that in December 2019 The Economist awarded Uzbekistan the country of the year title.Magdalena Sobańska-Cwalina