should demand reparations for the damage caused during the Second World War, not only from Germany, but also from Russia. This was stated by the President of Poland Andrzej Duda, Wprost reports.
"Germany started World War II and attacked Poland. Russia later joined that war, so I think we should demand reparations from Russia as well... I think we should. I see no reason why we shouldn't to achieve this," said Duda.
As for Germany, Duda noted that over the past 30 years, by selling its goods on the Polish market, especially at the time when Poland was not yet a member of the EU, Germany made a lot of money and also benefited from the neighborhood.
The president added that "we need to talk about reparations seriously."
It will be recalled that Poland will officially demand reparations from Germany for the Second World War. We are talking about compensation in the amount of 1.3 billion dollars.