The federation's president says that politicians must be held to a higher standard when it comes to discrimination
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has accused British Prime Minister Boris Johnson of fuelling racism.
Ceferin's claim comes in the wake of a number of racist incidents at football matches throughout Europe.
In October, Johnson called on UEFA to show more toughness when it comes to issues of racism in football in the aftermath of an incident involving England’s national team.
The Three Lions were subjected to racist chanting while playing a Euro 2020 qualifier in Bulgaria, with the hosts subsequently ordered by UEFA to play their next home international match behind closed doors with a second fixture potentially to follow should the behaviour of fans not improve.