Poland wants to install a memorial to the victims of World War II in Germany. Last Minute EUROPE, CURRENT headlines and events

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Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Arkadiusz Mularczyk said he met with the German authorities to clarify the issue of war reparations: “I also mentioned that there is no monument in Germany to the Poles, victims of World War II. be erected.” said.

Speaking during his visit to Berlin, Mularczyk said the talks were held in a pleasant atmosphere.

Noting that they agreed to support Ukraine, Mularczyk said: “We agreed to punish Russia for the unjust war in Ukraine. My interlocutors emphasize the role of Poland in helping Ukraine.” he said.

Saying that he had met with the German authorities to clarify the issue of war reparations, Mularczyk said: “I also mentioned the fact that there is no monument in Germany to Poles who were victims of World War II. I believe that this monument will be erected. used phrases.

Mularczyk added that European Union (EU) funds should be unlocked to support the economy of the country and Ukraine.

Poland published a report on September 1, which calculated the damage caused by Germany to the country during World War II at 1.3 trillion euros.

Jarosław Kaczynski, leader of the ruling conservative nationalist Law and Justice Party, said it had been decided to raise the issue of World War II reparations in Berlin.

“It’s about getting the German state to pay compensation for everything it did to Poland in the period 1939-1945, perhaps a long and difficult process,” Kaczynski said. used the phrase.

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