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MOSCOW, May 4. /TASS/. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Oleg Syromolotov will attend the Anti-corruption Summit in London on May 12, the ministry said on Wednesday.
"The International Anti-Corruption summit will take place in London on May 12 on the initiative of British Prime Minister David Cameron," the ministry said. "The agenda includes key anti-corruption issues."
The summit will bring together representatives from 40 countries, who will adopt a joint communique and a short declaration, the ministry said.
"Decisions taken at the summit may be useful for the work of anti-corruption forums but they must not be imperative," the ministry said.