The Polish Prime Minister announced the call of Germany to negotiations on reparations by a diplomatic note
Poland will invite Germany by a diplomatic note to negotiate reparations for damage caused during the Second World War. This was stated by the Prime Minister of the Republic Mateusz Morawiecki, RIA Novosti reports.
The politician also added that Warsaw will seek payments from Berlin in all possible ways. He explained that reparations are needed so that “Polish-German reconciliation becomes exemplary without a huge sense of injustice.”
Earlier, the press secretary of the Polish Cabinet of Ministers, Peter Muller, said that Poland would give Germany time to familiarize itself with the requirements for reparations, and then take further action.
The press service of the German Foreign Ministry, in turn, stressed in response to the demands for payments that Germany considers the issue of reparations to Poland closed. The ministry stressed that Germany still bears the burden of political and historical responsibility for all the crimes of the Nazis during the Second World War.