Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin says he doesn't think "anybody is doing enough" to tackle racism in football.
European football's governing body has repeatedly come under fire for failing to deal with the issue following several high-profile incidents.
Speaking to BBC Sport, Ceferin said that European football's governing body "could do more".
But he added racism is a "societal problem", blaming the "frightening" rise of right-wing politics in Europe.
"I don't think that anybody's doing enough for racism," said the Slovenian, who became Uefa president in 2016.