Poland Says Germany Rejects Its Demand For World Conflict II Compensation

Poland Says Germany Rejects Its Demand For World War II Compensation

Germany has repeatedly rejected Poland’s compensation declare for harm in World Conflict II.


Germany has formally rejected a World Conflict II reparations declare estimated to be 1.3 trillion euros ($1.4 trillion), the Polish international ministry stated on Tuesday.

Since coming to energy in 2015, Poland’s governing Legislation and Justice (PiS) occasion has  championed the difficulty and evoked Germany’s “ethical obligation”.

Poland in September estimated the monetary value of World Conflict II losses to be 1.3 trillion euros and despatched a proper diplomatic notice to Berlin demanding compensation.

Berlin has repeatedly rejected the claims, saying Poland formally renounced such calls for in a 1953 accord.

“In response to the German authorities, the difficulty of reparations and compensation for wartime losses stays closed and it doesn’t intend to enter into negotiations,” the Polish international ministry stated in an announcement.

The German international ministry confirmed that it had “responded to a verbal notice from Poland dated October 3” however didn’t give any particulars.

German International Minister Annalena Baerbock had rejected the demand throughout a go to to Warsaw in October saying the difficulty was for Berlin a closed chapter.

The Polish international ministry stated in the meantime it “will additional proceed to hunt compensation for German aggression and occupation in 1939-1945”.

Additionally Tuesday, Warsaw stated it had referred to as on the United Nations for assist in its efforts to obtain warfare reparations.

Polish conservatives argue their nation was pressured to signal the 1953 accord by the Soviet Union.

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