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Poland's prime minister has written in Germany's Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung daily that a war reparations claim his government has sent Berlin is to compensate for German crimes committed against the Polish nation that "must never be forgotten."
Poland's eastern border is also the eastern EU frontier and both Poland and the EU must be able to protect it, Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told the German Franfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) daily in a Saturday-published interview.
Poland's minister of foreign affairs, in an article published in the German press, wrote that the completion of the Nord Stream 2 (NS2) gas pipeline will create a huge security deficit for the whole of the eastern flank of NATO.
Talks between Polish and German presidents Andrzej Duda and Frank-Walter Steinmeier showed "cordiality" despite some unresolved issues between both countries, the German media said commenting both presidents' recent meeting in Warsaw.
EU plans to link funding to respect for the rule of law in the next EU budget are themselves a crass violation of the rule of law, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told a German newspaper.
The Polish foreign minister has described EU treaties as “sacred”, and that Poland expects them to be upheld in its dispute with the EU over a rule of law clause in the new budget.
The German-Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project has already cost Europe too much. The stake is European security, credibility and independence, and it is rising from year to year, PM Mateusz Morawiecki wrote for Germany's Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung daily.
As part of the #NoDenyingIt campaign by prominent Holocaust survivors, Auschwitz survivor Marian Turski wrote an open letter in Germany’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung urging Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg to remove Holocaust-denying groups, pages and posts as hate speech.
German authorities in Berlin for 30 years routinely placed homeless children under the care of paedophile men, as part of the so-called Kentler Project, assuming they would make ideal foster parents, a study conducted by the University of Hildesheim has found.