Breakdown in relations between Israel and Poland after the attack on aid workers

"Israeli strike on aid workers in Gaza that kills Polish citizen worsens relations between Israel and Poland".
This was stated by Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, AFP reported.
Directly addressing his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli envoy in Warsaw, Tusk wrote on the X social network:
"Today you put that solidarity to the test".
"The tragic attack on volunteers and your reaction gives rise to understandable anger," added the head of the Polish government.
The strike killed seven aid workers in Gaza, including Australian, British, Palestinian, Polish and US-Canadian staff, after the workers had just unloaded humanitarian food aid in the war-torn enclave.
Israel's defense chief said Wednesday that the strike was a "serious mistake."
Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski warned that the incident was likely to fuel anti-Semitism in Poland and called on Israel to "apologize and pay compensation to the families of the victims".
"If it is true that the convoy was deliberately attacked because it was assumed that there was a terrorist in it, and that civilian lives were sacrificed because of it, I do not know of any political system in which this would be justified," said the Polish first diplomat.
"It is obvious that something is wrong with the rules for the use of weapons by the Israeli army. You cannot trivialize this issue by saying that these things happen in wartime, as Netanyahu said yesterday," he added.
The attack was widely condemned, with US President Joe Biden saying Israel "has not done enough to protect aid workers" and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres calling the strike "unconscionable"./BGNES