Poland wants Germany to pay $ 850 billion in compensation of WW2

A Polish deputy said his country is demanding compensation from Germany of 850 billion dollars.

Poland is demanding Germany compensate for its losses during World War II that sparked by Germany.

Polish MPĀ  told German magazine Der Spiegel that the amount the Polish authorities still demand is only partially covering Poland’s material and human losses.

According to a member of the current Polish parliament, the policy of the German occupation authority in the period 1939 – 1945 aimed to exterminate the Poles.

The Polish MP pointed out that the people of Poland will not forget the crimes of the ancestors of the current generation of Germans, and in order to rectify the situation must be paid compensation.

Because $ 850 billion is double the German budget, Malarchuk suggests that Germany can pay on 50 or 100 years.

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