Lawmakers in Poland are considering making a formal demand for reparations from Germany for the actions of the Nazi government during WWII.

The reparations, likely to be in the form of millions of Euros, are being researched and the specifics will be presented in a report at the request of Arkadiusz Mularczyk, a conservative Polish politician.

“We are talking here about huge sums, and also about the fact that Germany for many years refused to take responsibility for WWII,” said Jaroslaw Kaczynski, a prominent politician who is leading the calls for reparations from Germany.

Campaigning for reparations is nothing new in Europe, and has been an on-again, off-again affair in politics for decades. Germany has already paid out millions to a number of nations who demanded they do so in the aftermath of WWII. While the primary recipient of German reparations has been Jews affected by the Holocaust, Germany has also paid millions to Greece, Yugoslavia, and the Netherlands.