Polish troops entered Berlin without much resistance as president Vizimir announced nationwide that war was over following Schmidt’s arrest and the collapse of German military forces. Congress applauded the president’s plan to pursue reconstruction efforts in Germany but was met with soured opinions as he stated it would be done alongside coalition forces such as France, Athens and the new German government. Liberal members of Congress called it a promising moment that the president is willing to work with the international community while his conservative critics bashed it as weakness and toting to Athenian influence.
Polish military forces entered their assigned zone in Berlin and will retain occupation of eastern Germany until the new government is able to maintain order. Several polish troops are already being sent home their mission completed.