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    President Andrzej Duda Honors Report on War Losses: A Pivotal Moment for Poland’s Identity

    President Andrzej Duda thanked the authors and creators of the Report on War Losses, calling it essential to Poland’s identity. He commended the monumental work done and emphasized its historical significance. The report, addressing losses from German aggression during World War II, holds immense value for the future, he stressed.

    Highlighting the report’s significance, President Duda noted its unprecedented scale compared to previous efforts. He underscored the broader impact of war losses, including damage to infrastructure, scientific setbacks, and genocide.

    The President announced his participation in commemorations marking the 80th anniversary of Wanaty’s tragedy, one of many villages affected by wartime atrocities. He reiterated Poland’s stance on war reparations, contradicting Prime Minister Donald Tusk’s position.

    President Duda condemned Germany’s actions during the war, emphasizing the need for acknowledgement and compensation. He criticized the reluctance of some nations, including Germany, to address this issue, emphasizing the enduring consequences of their actions.

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