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Holocaust property compensation call: Will US-Polish ties be affected?

22.08.2019 17:37
Dozens of American senators have called on US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to urge Poland to take action to secure compensation for, or the return of, property that was wrongfully seized by the German Nazis in WWII and subsequently nationalized by the Communists.
US President Donald Trump
US President Donald Trump Photo: EPA/MARK LYONS

Under Polish law, property left without any heirs is transferred to the state. In an exclusive interview for Radio Poland, political analyst Artur Wróblewski says, however, that Polish politicians are over-optimistic in claiming that the matter is closed.

In his view, the legal aspect apart, pressure exerted by “powerful Jewish Holocaust organizations which are well-positioned in Washington politics” must not be ignored.

US President Donald Trump is to visit Poland later this month for the commemoration of the anniversary of the outbreak of World War II.