Germany will compensate nearly 800 million euros to holocaust survivors

By | May 30, 2013

Ir is reported that German Finance Ministry and the Jewish Claims Conference negotiated an agreement, that the German government promised to pay 772 million euros (about $ 1 billion) to about 56,000 holocaust survivors in 46 countries worldwide from 2014 to 2017. The funds aimed at improving conditions of home care for the survivors. Currently, more than one-third of holocaust survivors are living in Israel.

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贝勒: It sets an example for Japan.

肖春秋: Much better than Japan.

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