Poland's prime minister is criticizing a comment that British leader David Cameron made about Poles who work in Britain and claim UK child benefits for their families back home.

Donald Tusk said he would discuss these "unacceptable words" with Cameron over the telephone Wednesday.

In an interview with BBC last weekend, Cameron said, "There are European countries who, like me, think it's wrong that someone from Poland who comes here and works hard — and I'm absolutely all in favor of that — but I don't think we should be paying child benefit to their family back at home."

Tusk said, "No one has the right to single out the Poles as some particular group abusing some rights" and that he would never do that to British tourists in Poland.