Poland says issues for Germany's WWII reparations not solved yet

The Polish government on Tuesday adopted a resolution on the need to regulate the issue of reparations and compensation in Polish-German relations in connection with the German attack on Poland in 1939 and the “subsequent German occupation,” Polish Press Agency reported, citing the Prime Minister's office.

"The resolution of the Council of Ministers formally confirms that neither during the People's Republic of Poland, nor after regaining sovereignty in 1989, the issue of reparations, damages, compensation and other forms of repairing the damage caused to Poland and Poles during World War II has not been addressed in any way," the Chancellery of the Prime Minister emphasized in a statement on its website.

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