Glapiński accuses Germany of wanting to redraw land borders

Polish governor warns on plans for EU super-state as German foreign office calls claims “absurd”

Adam Glapiński
Adam Glapiński

Adam Glapiński, governor of the National Bank of Poland, told a Polish magazine that Germany wanted to seize back territory awarded to Poland after World War II. He also alleged Germany wanted to dominate a European super-state.

In an interview with Gazeta Polska, Glapiński accused opposition leader Donald Tusk of plotting to overthrow the country’s government and force Poland to adopt the euro.

According to a translation provided by the central bank, Glapiński said that Germany wants to

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