Dutch Railway Company Helping Nazis Will Pay Compensation

Dutch railway company to help the Nazis pay compensation
Dutch railway company to help the Nazis pay compensation

A Dutch railway company, which receives money from the Nazis to transport Jews to concentration camps, will pay compensation to the victims and their families.

SputniknewsAccording to the news; Holland A Dutch railway company, which receives money from the Nazis to transport Jews to concentration camps, said it would pay compensation to the families of about one thousand 100 genocide victims, including survivors of the Holocaust.

Roger van Boxte, CEO of Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS), the Dutch state rail company, 2 to both surviving Holocaust victims and families of genocide victims at an Utrecht Railway Museum event. During World War II, he said he would apologize for a transport agreement with Nazi Germany.

Van Boxtel, said in a statement at the event, 15 thousand euros by rail transport and surviving victims will receive, 5 to 7 thousand 500 thousand XNUMX victims will be paid between the victims said.

The decision to collectively reward Holocaust victims came after Salo Muller, a Dutch physiotherapist, 83, whose parents had been transported by NS trains to a camp in Westerbork, before being killed in Auschwitz.

At 2017, Muller began legal proceedings, hoping to receive compensation individually, after NS apologized for his involvement in the Holocaust.

NS CEO van Boxtel, in a statement in November, the company and the families of rail-borne Holocaust victims in the legal process between the end of the 'to determine how to pay compensation to the victims' to create a committee announced.

On the other hand, it is reported that NS has received 2.5 million Dutch guilds from Nazi Germany.

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