The Sejm Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday adopted a draft resolution on war reparations from Germany; the Law and Justice Party's draft was adopted as the leading draft. The Law and Justice (PiS) draft resolution refers to the Sejm's resolution of September 10, 2004, stating that Poland "has not yet received due financial compensation and war reparations for the enormous destruction and material and immaterial losses caused by the German aggression, occupation, genocide and Poland's loss of independence." The Law and Justice Party introduced an amendment to the draft, saying that Poland has never received any reparations for losses as a result of Russian aggression and occupation.
Guided by the highest values in human relations, which include justice and truth, calls on the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany to unequivocally accept political, historical, legal and financial responsibility for all the consequences caused in the Republic of Poland and to the citizens of the Republic of Poland by the unleashing of World War II by the Third German Reich. German aggression, German-organized occupation and systemic genocide caused a great deal of harm, suffering, and material and immaterial losses.
With regard to people, the atrocities of the German occupation involved various forms of enslavement, forced labor, robbing children, maiming, raping, murdering and annihilating children, women and men - citizens of the Republic of Poland, as well as obliterating traces of genocide and war crimes.