The German authorities says the problem of World Conflict II reparations is ‘closed’.
Poland says it is going to demand $1.3 trillion from Germany for crimes dedicated throughout the second world conflict.
The transfer follows the discharge of a report on the price of the Nazi occupation of Poland from 1939 to 1945.
Poland’s right-wing authorities says the nation has not been totally compensated.
However Germany insists compensation was paid within the years that adopted the conflict and the problem of reparations is now closed.
So, what’s behind Poland’s transfer? Is politics concerned?
Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra
Michal Rachon – Anchor at TVP Data and TVP World, Polish TV Information Channels
Ulrich Brueckner – Professor of Political Science at Stanford College
Maximilian Hess – Fellow on the Overseas Coverage Analysis Institute