“Thank you to SecBlinken and the United States for standing shoulder to shoulder with Israel against Polish law,” Lapid wrote on Twitter on Tuesday morning.

The Blinken entry was attached to the tweet, in which the Secretary of State confirmed it ‘Deeply disappointed’ of the adjustment of the Administrative Procedures Act. He demanded a comprehensive law that guarantees justice for the victims.

Kappa Blinken also referred to the short story in a local statement released Monday evening. The US Secretary of State expressed her “deep regret” at the signing of the bill, which was criticized by the United States, while urging the Polish authorities to put in place “a clear, effective and effective legal procedure to respond to claims of property confiscation” in consultation with relevant parties.

“In the absence of such action, this law will harm all Polish citizens whose property was unjustly seized, including Polish Jews who were victims of the Holocaust,” said the head of US diplomacy.

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