The museum at the Auschwitz death camp is warning that its historic buildings will collapse without funding from world governments.
The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Poland is hoping that the European Union will foot some of the $100 million needed to reinforce and restore deteriorating structures, including wooden barracks, as well as to create new facilities for tour groups and artifact storage.
â€œAn unfathomable bureaucratic standoff has gone on for several years, making it impossible to carry out this essential task that will benefit everyone.â€ museum director Piotr Cywinski told the Polish-language newspaper Dziennik Polski on Wednesday.
Cywinski credited the Polish government for absorbing the brunt of the cost of maintaining the museum.
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