Poland says will 'play rough' with EU after Tusk vote

WARSAW Poland will start obstructing European Union business and “play a rough game” in Brussels after the bloc angered Warsaw by reappointing Donald Tusk as head of the European Council, the foreign minister said.

Tusk, Poland’s former prime minister and a long-standing rival of current Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski, won a second term as chairman of EU summit meetings – with Poland the only country to vote against his extension.

Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski said in comments published on Saturday that his government will respond to the vote by “blocking other initiatives,

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