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LONDON, August 8 (Itar-Tass) – British Prime Minister David Cameron has promised visiting Russian President Vladimir Putin to share experience with organizing the Olympic Games
Putin said this to reporters before departure from London.
“David Cameron told me the British side is ready to hand to us the entire experience with organizing the Olympic Games so that we could take account of it,” he said.
Thursday, Putin made a brief visit to London where he held talks with David Cameron and attended the finals in judo.
In his presence, the Russian judoka Tagir Khaibulayev won the semifinals and the finals and got a gold medal in the -100 kg category.
This was the third gold medal the Russian judo team took at the London Olympics.
So far, Russian athletes do not have golds in any other disciplines at these Games.