(From Czech News Agency)
BERLIN, Jan 30 (CTK) - The Appeals Court in Berlin expressed today a sceptical attitude to a collective claim for compensation to the Slovak Holocaust victims which the Central Association of Jewish Communities in Slovakia raised to Germany.
The court is expected to pass the verdict this afternoon.
"The German law does not know a collective claim term," Court chairman Stefan Kowalski said.
In March 2001, a lower instance court had already declined the claim of Slovak Jews.
The Slovak Jewish community demands a compensation of 77 million euros. It thereby strives for a return of "shameful fees" per each …