Relations between Berlin and Warsaw are at boiling point as the EU threatens to mobilise Article 7 against Poland - the so-called nuclear option.
The nation would lose its voting rights if the extraordinary measure is used.
Now, a new row is erupting as Polish MPs call for Germany to pay Poland PLN 1.5 trillion (EUR 350 billion, USD 420 billion) in reparations for invading the country during WWII.
Jakubiak told public broadcaster Polish Radio: "The fact that we are a poor country does not come from the fact that we are idiots. The Germans burned our homeland. We we lost 50 years.
"I do not want a war with the Germans, I do not want bad relations with Germany... The Germans have to pay for the damage done to Poland and then we will talk normally as partners.”
Jarosław Kaczyński, head of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party revealed the matter is on his mind at a convention in July.
He said gargantuan damages caused to his country were “really still not made up for”.
PiS deputy Arkadiusz Mularczyk wants a report on whether demanding reparations from Germany is feasible.
The final report will be ready by the middle of August.
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