Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Sunday (Aug 15) rejected accusations of anti-Semitism from Israel over a new law that will restrict claims on properties seized in the aftermath of World War II.
Morawiecki said Israel's decision to recall its charge d'affaires to Warsaw was "baseless and irresponsible" and accused the Israeli government of prioritising "party interests".
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"No-one who knows the truth about the Holocaust and Poland's suffering during World War II can accept this way of conducting politics," he said on Facebook.
Morawiecki warned Israel's move would "increase hatred towards Poland and Poles" and said the children of Poland's ambassador to Israel were being brought back to Poland.
"If the Israeli government continues to attack Poland in this way, it will have a very negative impact on our relations, both bilaterally and in international forums," he said.
Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid responded saying that "the negative impact on our ties began the moment that Poland chose to begin passing laws aimed at harming the memory of the Holocaust and the Jewish people".
"Gone are the days when Poles harmed Jews without consequence," he said, adding that Israel had "no intention of turning a blind eye to the shameful conduct of the anti-democratic Polish government".