Last September, the Polish government published a report on the war losses suffered by Poland at the hands of the Germans during World War II. You supervised the work on this report, which was created over several years. Based on this study, the Sejm passed a resolution that same month and the Polish Foreign Ministry […]
No government and no politician has the right to refuse redress for war victims, their children, and grandchildren when they have suffered losses, and there are no lost causes until the cause has been fought, argues Marek Domagalski for news outlet Rzeczpospolita
“German reparations to Poland is a conflict over the morality, fundamentals of the European Union and modern Polish-German relations,” says PiS MP Arkadiusz Mularczyk. He argued that if there is to be unity between Germany and Poland, then this topic cannot be left unresolved.
“The reparations are a debt that is still actual and Germany are obliged to pay,” says Dr Karl Heinz Roth in an interview with Deutsche Welle Polski. Poland, Greece and other countries should work together to resolve the matter.
German and Polish experts to meet in Warsaw to discuss the issue of Germany’s war reparations for Poland. Michał Sułdrzyński takes a closer look at how Polish-German relations developed after the Second World War (WW2) and the fall of communism.
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