Poland says it will demand $1.3 trillion from Germany for crimes committed during the second world war.
The move follows the release of a report on the cost of the Nazi occupation of Poland from 1939 to 1945.
Poland’s right-wing government says the country has not been fully compensated.
But Germany insists compensation was paid in the years that followed the war and the issue of reparations is now closed.
So, what is behind Poland’s move? Is politics involved?
Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra
Michal Rachon – Anchor at TVP Info and TVP World, Polish TV News Channels
Ulrich Brueckner – Professor of Political Science at Stanford University
Maximilian Hess – Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute