TVP: Polish MP Placzynski criticized German business for doing business in Russia
Member of the ruling party Poland “Law and Justice” Kacper Placzynski criticized German business for doing business in Russia. This is reported TVP Info.
“You cannot count on the fact that the German state disciplines local business… The Germans simply want to do business with Russia, make money on it,” said the Polish parliamentarian.
According to Plazhinsky, Germany wants to keep doing it no matter how much it costs Ukraine and all of Europe” and “decent countries” such as Poland must find a way to counter this.
The Polish MP complained that Berlin “does bad things, then sometimes apologizes for it, but does not want to take real responsibility for his actions.”
Formerly Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland prepared list of claims against Germany for damages from World War II. Warsaw demands from Berlin compensation for material and non-material losses in the amount of 6 trillion 220 billion 609 million zlotys (approximately 1.3 trillion dollars), compensation for the victims of German aggression to their families, return of stolen cultural property.