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    Medvedev on reparations for Poland: “They’d better wipe their bottoms on it!”

    “There are two possible responses to the degenerates from the Polish Foreign Ministry who request compensation from Russia for ‘war losses’,” wrote former Russian President and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Telegram and gave his two ideas.

    On Friday, the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs presented details of a diplomatic note that was sent to Germany concerning the Polish demand for war reparations during World War II.

     

     

    During the public discussion of the reparations request, there were voices from politicians and experts that reparations should be requested from Russia, as the heir to the Soviet Union, which was supposed to pay Poland 15 per cent of the reparations received from Germany.

     

    Dmitry Medvedev – in the past President and Prime Minister of Russia, now Vice-Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation – reacted to these proposals.

     

     

    “There are two possible responses to the degenerates from the Polish Foreign Ministry, who request compensation from Russia for ‘war losses’,” he wrote on Telegram.

     

    “Either prepare a settlement for them ‘for everything’ that the USSR gave to Poland during socialism. And that’s hundreds of billions of dollars” he suggested in the first solution.

     

    “Or tell them to wipe themselves on their dirty calculations. It is well known that because of sanctions, toilet paper in the EU has become more expensive,” he stated in the second.

     

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