Already provide Statements on the Holocaust for Trouble between Poland and Israel. Its Premier Netanyahu was quoted as saying that Poland had collaborated with the Nazis. Warsaw continued to Protest.
Remarks by the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the Holocaust again lead to tensions with Poland. The Ministry of foreign Affairs in Warsaw, the Israeli Ambassador Anna Asari ordered.
the occasion was an Interview that Netanyahu had given during a visit to the Museum of the history of Polish Jews in Warsaw. Later cited him in the Newspapers "Jerusalem Post" and "Haaretz", with the words, that Poland at the time of the Second world war, had cooperated with the Germans."wrong
Poland's government cited" by such statements defamed and ordered the Asari. In addition, the President of Poland, Andrzej Duda should have suggested to move for next week in Israel, the planned Meeting of the so-called Visegrad States, which include Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia, Warsaw. Shortly thereafter, Krzysztof Szczerski, the chief of Dudas firm rowed, with the cancellation of back threatened again.
trying to get The Israeli Ambassador Anna Asari
Because of both the Asari and the office of Netanyahu, after the publication of the newspaper, the Situation of quotes to defuse. Netanyahu was merely "misquoted", it was the part of the office. He had only spoken "by each of Poland and the Polish people, or the Land of Poland". Also Asari to handle this statement in a written message, and added that Netanyahu was merely argues that no one should be sued for talking about those poles who had co-operated with the national socialists.Sensitive issue for Poland
their execution was aimed at the so-called Holocaust-the law that Poland had introduced in the past year. The original draft of the law saw money - and prison sentences for those of the Polish state or people "publicly and contrary to facts" the responsibility or co-responsibility for the crimes of the Nazi regime. After vigorous Protest from Israel and the United States, the Polish Parliament softened the law in the middle of the year and slash the prison sentences.