Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki used the 84th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s WWII-era decision to invade Poland on Sept. 17, 1939, to announce that Poland is preparing a report on the losses incurred by Poland due to the Soviet Union’s invasion and occupation of Poland. Morawiecki said that “Sept. 17 is a painful date […]
On Sept. 1, during the 84th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War, Poland’s ambassador to Germany appealed to Germany to build stable and healthy relations based on truth and just compensation for the Second World War
Dietmar Nietan, coordinator for Polish-German affairs in the German government, believes that Germany was wrong to ignore Central and Eastern Europe in designing the EU’s eastern policy and that Germany should be far more open to considering Polish war reparation claims
The aim of the new institute will to continue work on the reparation assessment of both German and Soviet occupation of Poland during the Second World War and address the reparations Germany and Russia still owe in the eyes of Poland
German Forieng Minister Heiko Maas claims that Germany gave Poland €2 billion in WWII reparations, which is 500 times less than the damages Poland suffered during the war, writes Editor-in-Chief of Polish weekly Sieci Jacek Karnowski
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