Donald Franciszek Tusk is a Polish politician who has been the President of the European Council since 2014. He served as Prime Minister of Poland from 2007 to 2014 and was a co-founder and chairman of the Civic Platform political party.
He said "big gaps" remained between the Two Sides .
in the Midst of demands on Tuesday that The Talks were close to collapse, he suggests, the language around the discussion for had toxic "in-district".
Britain has said the EU needed to move "quickly" to stop it leaving, without an Agreement to the end of the month.
Prime Minister , Leo Varadkar , who spoke with Mr. Johnson by phone for about 45 minutes on Tuesday, said he will strive until the "last moment" reached a deal with the UK, but "not at any price" to his country, Northern Ireland and the rest of Europe.
"I think it will be very difficult to reach an Agreement next week, to be quite honest," said Mr Varadkar said.
"basically, is what made the UK, has rejected The Deal we negotiated in good faith with Prime Minister [Theresa] Can the government for over two years and have sort of half of it, say now at the table again, and that is a concession. And, of course, it is not really. "
Mr Varadkar, adding that it was his task to get hold of the UK with commitments it had made, since the year 2016 referendum to prevent a hard border on The Island of Ireland and the representation of the Good Friday Agreement .
The Irish leader's comments came after a No 10 source claimed on Tuesday that Germany now makes it.
this assessment, a "frank" phone call between Boris Johnson and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel , followed in which they Brexit proposals, The British Prime Minister put last week to the EU. discussed
After The Call No 10 source woman said Merkel had made it clear that an offer on the basis of the Prime Minister 's plans was "overwhelmingly Unlikely " - although the BBC's Adam Fleming , said there is skepticism "within the EU, you used to be", such language.
The proposed No 10 source also, Mrs Merkel told her counterpart, the only way out was to stay for the North of Ireland to accept in the customs Union and for which there is permanently the EU internal market rules on the trading of goods.Angela Merkel and Boris Johnson spoke to on The Phone on Tuesday morning
In a he added: "At stake is The Future of Europe and the UK, as well as the safety and the interests of our people is.
"don't you want to make a deal, you don't want to call an extension, you do not want to resist, quo vadis (where are you going)?"
the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, said that if the negotiations fail, "the statement is in The British camp (because) the doctrine of Original Sin is found on the Islands and on The Continent ".
In his interview with RTE, Mr Varadkar was asked if he was concerned that the language around The Talks "is always toxic".
"I think it is, from some corners, but you don't know that I Play Dirty . You don't know, I think that the majority of EU politicians in your community do everything, either. We have very directly, if the referendum happens. "'True disaster'
Mr Sassoli later, the BBC's Newsnight, told the programme: "Angela Merkel 's opinions must be taken seriously. We are all very worried, because there are only a few days.
"Because we understand that going out without an Agreement means that there is a real problem, if not a real disaster. "
"We have to move fast to agree a deal," Not 10 spokesman said.
The PM's pledge comes in spite of legislation passed by MPs last month, known as the Benn-law, which requires Mr Johnson to write to the EU requesting a further delay, if no deal is signed off Parliament of 19. October - Unless MPs vote to a no business to Leak.
During the negotiations in Brussels, Mr Sassoli, said a deal likely to command the support of the deputies was a "long way".
Meanwhile, a British EU call-exit deal with the government without any further delay.
Caroline Flint , who represents the leave-support the constituency of Don Valley, told BBC Radio 4 's Today programme the "uncertainty of the Brexit has been too long" and The Group thought it was "too Impossible ", the Irish border is a Problem.Timeline: What happens before Brexit period?
Monday, 14. October - The House of Commons is due to return to, and the government will use The Queen 's speech to his legislative agenda. The speech will then be discussed by members throughout the week.
Saturday, 19. October - the Date on the watch, the EU must ask for a further delay to the UK's EU-exit under the Benn Action, if no-Brexit deal was approved by the Parliament and they have agreed to have the Kingdom left with no deal.