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LONDON, September 12 (Itar-Tass) — The UK and Russia have sought to put relations on a firmer footing over the last year and the talks in Moscow is a great opportunity to improve UK-Russia partnership, UK Prime Minister David Cameron said in an exclusive interview with Itar-Tass.
“Russia is an important partner for the UK,” he said. “Although our differences in recent years are well known, we face many similar challenges and both the President and I believe that we can make more progress by working together on matters of real importance for the prosperity and security of people in both countries.”
“That’s why we’ve sought to put our relationship on a firmer footing over the last year and why I’m looking forward to my visit to Moscow tomorrow,” Cameron said.
The UK prime minister noted that the upcoming talks in Moscow “will be a great opportunity to improve our partnership to the benefit of both the British and the Russian people.”