Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk believes that 'almost all' of his colleagues who are interested in football are going to attend EURO 2012 in Ukraine, he told reporters in Brussels at an EU informal summit, UKRINFORM reports citing AFP.

"I have a feeling that everyone welcomed the offer to come to Ukraine and Poland for the [football - ed.] matches," said Tusk. He added that "this [EURO 2012 - ed.] has nothing to do with the political situation in Ukraine". "Almost everyone who is interested [in football - ed.] will be presented," said the prime minister of Poland.

The news agency recalled that some European leaders have admitted a political boycott of the matches of EURO 2012 because of the situation with the Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko. But Donald Tusk said that European leaders were convinced of the statement "of Tymoshenko herself" [inadmissibility of boycott - ed.].

EURO 2012, co-hosted by Ukraine and Poland, will be held from June 8 to July 1, 2012.

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