Polish PM Donald Tusk
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Poland backs Libya regime change

Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk has joined international calls for regime change in Libya, saying that allowing Col Gaddafi to remain in power is not an option.

Speaking exclusively to the BBC, Mr Tusk also looked ahead to his country taking over the presidency of the EU, adding it was important that the EU helped bail out member states in financial difficulties.

Speaking to Kasia Madera in London, Donald Tusk also confronted allegations that CIA rendition flights landed in Poland and the country's battle against football violence ahead of it co-hosting Euro 2012 with Ukraine.

  • 19 Apr 2011
  • From the section Europe