“Thanks to ecSecBlinken and the United States for standing shoulder to shoulder with Israel against Polish law,” Lapid wrote on Twitter on Tuesday morning.
Blinkan’s entry was linked to a tweet in which the Secretary of State stressed it “Deep disappointment” by the amendment Of the Code of Administrative Procedure. He called for a comprehensive law to bring justice to the victims.
Kpa Blinken also mentioned the short story in a statement released Monday night local time. The US Secretary of State expressed “deep regret” over the signing of the bill, which was criticized by the United States, while urging Polish authorities to establish a “clear, effective and efficient legal procedure to respond to property confiscation requests” in consultation with interested parties.
“In the absence of such a procedure, this law would be detrimental to all Polish citizens and their property would be taken unjustly, in which Polish Jews, including Polish Jews, would be affected,” said the head of US diplomacy.
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