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Putin and Cameron held talks in Brisbane
In Australia, Brisbane, as part of the G20 summit, a meeting was held between Russian President Vladimir Putin and British Prime Minister David Cameron.
According to Interfax, at the beginning of the meeting, the leaders greeted each other, shook hands and took seats at the negotiating table.
They were joined by members of the delegation to which the Russian side includes presidential aide Yuri Ushakov, press secretary of the head of state Dmitry Peskov and adviser-envoy of the Russian Embassy in Australia Nikolai Nozdrev.
After that, the journalists were asked to leave the hall, and the talks continued without the press.
The UK is one of the key countries for attracting investments in Russia. It ranks fifth among foreign investors in terms of the volume of investment in Russia after the Netherlands, Cyprus, Luxembourg and China (according to the results of 2013, the volume of British investments amounted to $ 28 billion).
Meanwhile, the imposition of sanctions has also affected the relations between Russia and Britain. In 2013, in connection with the events in Ukraine, the British side stopped contacting the Ministry of Economic Development to prepare the 10 session of the Intergovernmental Committee on Trade and Investment.