Mateusz Jakub Morawiecki is a Polish politician, historian and economist serving as the 17th and current Prime Minister of Poland since 2017. He previously served in the cabinet of Prime Minister Beata Szydło as Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Development and Minister of Finance.
Speaking in the capital, Warsaw, Mr Steinmeier apologised for the "horrific war" unleashed by Germany.
"This war was a German crime," he said in a speech.
Later on Sunday, Mr Duda appeared to criticise Russia's annexation of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014, alluding to a recent "return of imperialist tendencies" in Europe.
In A Warning to European leaders, Mr Duda said "turning a blind eye" to this amounts to "consent to further attacks".Wielun was The First Polish city bombed by Germany during World War Two
Eighty years on, Poland is still demanding compensation from Germany for the death and destruction inflicted.People held candles to mark the occasion at The Ceremony in Wielun
Recent calls for reparations by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki , whose governing Law and Justice (PiS) party has been accused of fanning nationalist sentiment, have fuelled tensions with Germany.
A Polish parliamentary committee is still assessing the amount of compensation, but Germany argues The Matter is settled.How did World War Two start?
At dawn on 1 September 1939, the German Luftwaffe (Air Force ) bombed The City of Wielun, a town with no military significance. Thousands of People are estimated to have died in the bombings, designed to sow terror among the civilian population.
When the ultimatum was ignored, Britain and France declared war on Germany on 3 September, igniting a six-year conflict that would kill tens of millions of People .How is The Anniversary being marked?
Three commemorative events were held on Sunday in Warsaw, Wielun and the former military post of Westerplatte, in the Coastal City of Gdansk.The Streets after the German bombing of Warsaw, Poland
In all, around 40 foreign delegations were expected to join the commemorations, according to the Polish presidency. They include German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe .
Mr Trump had been due to attend but cancelled The Visit abruptly, sending Mr Pence in his place, as.Leaders and officials attend the commemorative ceremony in Warsaw
Mr Putin was not invited, unlike 10 years ago, when he attended commemorations remembering the estimated 600,000 Soviet soldiers killed driving out The Nazis .
But on this occasion, Poland changed the criteria, inviting from Europe only members of the European Union or its Eastern Partnership (which includes six former Soviet countries).
Maria Zakharova , spokeswoman for Russia's foreign ministry, called the decision not to invite Mr Putin "stupid".