In an interview for Haaretz, an Israeli newspaper, Morawiecki takes a swipe at the Israeli foreign minister and those who “re-write history” but insists there is no crisis in Polish-Israeli relations.
In an interview for the Haaretz daily published on Friday, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that Poland should not allow some radicals to rewrite history.
The US Department of State, in a position handed over to Polish Radio, said both Israel and Poland are the important allies and friends of the US and called on the two countries to find a way to listen to each other, IAR Information Agency reported on Wednesday.
A number of Jewish organisations have commented on controversial statements by Israel's acting Foreign Minister Israel Katz, who accused Poles of anti-Semitism, which lead to a diplomatic incident between Poland and Israel.
There is no room for insulting comments between close allies, such as Poland and Israel, like yesterday's statement by Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz, US Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.
The American Jewish Committee (AJC) urged restraint and the Union of Jewish Communities in Poland (ZGWŻ) criticised Israel's acting foreign minister's words on Monday as they tried to defuse the recent incident in Polish-Israeli relations.
Israeli Minister of Education Naftali Bennett was quoted by the Jeruslaem Post as saying that history cannot be revised for the sake of the future, as this is not the way to build a relationship.
Seething PM rounds on Israel and urges other V4 members to boycott the talks due to take place Monday and Tuesday as tensions mount between the two countries and Czech PM confirms he also won’t be going.
In an exclusive interview Mateusz Morawiecki speaks about the Mid-East peace conference, US-Polish relations and controversial remarks allegedly made by the Israeli prime minister.
Leading Jewish newspaper The Jerusalem Post has been accused of “malicious journalistic manipulation”.