Donald Tusk accused the current Polish government of Mateusz Morawiecki of "inaction that cannot be forgiven" due to the blockade of the Ukrainian border.

Tusk said this in the Sejm, Ukrinform reports.

"This is an inaction that cannot be forgiven. In this way, we jeopardize Polish-Ukrainian relations and do not protect Polish interests," the politician said.

According to him, the current government of Poland puts everyone in a very difficult situation: Law and Justice, Morawiecki and Kaczynski terribly, in a very amateurish, unprofessional and very cynical way played the Ukrainian card."

According to him, "Poland must live in friendship and support Ukraine, while at the same time not neglecting its own interests."

"They completely neglected it, and when they realized that it annoyed people, they began to play the anti-Ukrainian card, and then turned away from the problem at the border," Tusk said.

Allegedly, he holds meetings with politicians and experts who will deal with the border issue.

As reported, parliamentary elections were held in Poland on October 15. On 27 November, President Andrzej Duda appointed Mateusz Morawiecki as Prime Minister and was sworn in by the new Council of Ministers. If Morawiecki's government does not receive a vote of confidence in the Sejm within two weeks, then Donald Tusk, who has a ruling majority in the Sejm, will have the right to form a new cabinet next. Tusk has already decided on the composition of the future government, but the names of the candidates have not yet been officially announced.

Recall that on November 6, a strike of Polish carriers began, demanding the abolition of transport visa-free travel for Ukraine.