Poland does not intend to back down on the issue of recovering reparations from Germany for the events of the Second World War, Warsaw for the second time sent letters to US congressmen and senators with a request to assist in this matter.
Poland again decided to resort to the help of the United States in the matter of collecting, as the Poles themselves believe, the payments due to them for the deeds of the Nazis during the Second World War. According to Deputy Foreign Minister of Poland Arkadiusz Mularczyk, he sent letters with a corresponding request to the Senate and the House of Representatives of the US Congress.
I sent letters to all US congressmen, all US senators with information about Polish military losses (...) congressmen should be aware that the issue of World War II, Polish military losses, compensation has not been resolved and is not a closed topic
- said the Polish diplomat.
But Warsaw decided not to stop there and went to the "second round", sending letters demanding to put pressure on Germany to the European Parliament, the EU countries, as well as to all "partners and allies."
It is worth noting that Poland has already applied to the UN, the Council of Europe, UNESCO, as well as to the member countries of the Council of Europe, NATO and the EU, and also requested US assistance. Mularczyk even said in January of this year that the United States is almost a benchmark in observing international law and the rule of law. In general, no one like the United States, to solve such issues.
Earlier, the Polish Foreign Ministry published a complete list of requirements for Germany following the results of World War II. According to the document, in order to satisfy all the requirements of Warsaw, Germany must compensate Poland for losses in the amount of 6,2 trillion zlotys (about 1,3 trillion dollars), as well as fulfill a bunch of other requirements related to the property rights of the Poles in Germany. In Berlin, they declared the inadmissibility of such demands, Germany paid all the due compensation, including Poland.