Poland demands €1.32 trillion compensation from Germany

According to the leader of the ruling PiS party, Jarosław Kaczyński, Poland plans to make reparation claims in the trillions against Germany. Damages and losses during World War II are estimated at zł6.2 trillion (€1.32 trillion), the leader of the national-conservative PiS announced Thursday. His party has called for compensation several times since taking over government in 2015. So far, however, no official government-level reparations demands have been made to Germany.

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