70 years after the end of the Second world war, the Chairman of the Cabinet of Poland Beata Szydlo realized that the country did not receive from Germany compensation for the damage caused by world war II. In this connection, the Polish Prime Minister said that plans to require the relevant German war reparations.
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“A conversation about reparations is a demand for justice… Poland is a victim of the Second world war… We are the victims, to whom damage in any way have not been compensated,” she said.
“Answer those who criticize this position… You must first refer to history and thoroughly acquainted with what has occurred on the Polish lands during the Second world war”, – added the Prime Minister.
Previously solidarity with the head of the government was expressed by the Minister of defence of Poland, Anthony Macierewicz. According to him, the Polish authorities from a legal point of view they have every reason to demand from Germany the payments.