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VLADIVOSTOK, September 8 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin will meet with British Premier David Cameron on September 11 or 12, when the latter is in Moscow on an official visit, Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Thursday.
Touching on business relations between the two countries, Peskov said that these relations “are far from being perfect,” but noted that they have “vast potential.”
“But both countries are required to show political will in order to make use of the enormous potential for the development of trade and economic relations,” he said.
“We hope that a meeting with (Russian President) Dmitry Medvedev and a meeting with (Prime Minister) Vladimir Putin to be held on the sidelines of this visit will be useful,” he said.
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron will pay an official visit to Moscow on September 11 through 12 at the invitation of the Russian president, the Kremlin press service said. Russian-British summit talks will take place on September 12.