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Deputy foreign Minister of Poland Pawel Jablonski stated that his country has “unconditional” right to receive reparations from Russia for the damage from the Second world war. This is with reference to Polish radio reports RIA Novosti.
According to the diplomat, this rule of the Polish side should insist, as he does not have a Statute of limitations. He, however, noted that in the current political climate is fraught with difficulties.
On 25 January, the leader of the ruling Polish party “law and justice” Jaroslaw Kaczynski said Warsaw would like to receive monetary compensation for the damage in the Second world war, not only from Germany but from Russia. He also stressed that the demands of his country in this matter “does not expire”, adding that he does not believe that will live up to that point.
In the Federation Council responded to the statement of the Polish policy. “Undignified, not serious acting Polish politicians, a disgrace to his country,” said Senator Sergei Tsekov. He reminded that Russia was restoring war-torn Poland, while hundreds of thousands of Soviet soldiers were killed liberating the country from fascism.
Embassy of Russia in Germany reacted to the statement by Kaczynski reminder that 600 thousand red army soldiers died liberating Poland from Nazi troops.
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