Warsaw (AP) - On the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising against the German occupying forces, Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has asked Poland for forgiveness for the Nazi crimes. "I'm ashamed of what was done to your country by Germans and in the German name. And I am ashamed that this debt was kept secret for far too long after the war, "he said at the Warsaw Uprising Museum in the Polish capital. At the same time he spoke out in favor of a memorial for the Polish victims of Nazi rule in Berlin.
History: Maas asks Poland for forgiveness for Nazi crimes
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