Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki made evaluations about the agenda in the Polish Radio program he attended this morning.
Reminding the German Ambassador to Warsaw Thomas Bagger’s statements that the issue of compensation between the two countries has been closed in legal terms, Morawiecki said, “May God grant us to live side by side for a thousand years, but it will of course be a positive thing to repair the tears and what happened by recognizing the compensation at least to a minimum extent. ” made its assessment.
Morawiecki stated that Bagger was wrong not only morally, but also politically and socially.
Emphasizing that Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Arkadiusz Mularczyk made great efforts to get war reparations from Germany, Morawiecki said, “This will be a long process, but we will never give up on it, and I believe that the next generation of politicians will demand it.” he said.
On September 1, 2022, the Polish government prepared a comprehensive report detailing the financial losses suffered by Poland during the Second World War, and accordingly demanded 1.3 trillion euros in compensation from Germany.