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Russia, UK prepare for British foreign minister's visit
13:58, 13 March 2017
Russia, UK prepare for British foreign minister's visit

The countries’ representatives talked about the situation in Ukraine, Syria, fighting international terrorism and other questions

13:58, 13 March 2017

 

bbc.ua

Russia and Britain discussed relations between the two countries and preparations for a visit by British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to Moscow, according to Russia's foreign ministry. This was reported by Reuters.

Russian First Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Titov met Britain's Minister for Europe and the America’s Alan Duncan on Friday to discuss bilateral relations which had "significantly deteriorated in recent years", the ministry said in a statement.

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The two had talked about the situation in Ukraine, Syria, fighting international terrorism and other issues, the Ministry added.

The Russian foreign ministry statement did not specify when Johnson would visit Moscow.

Earlier it was reported that Britain warned of dangers of Russian cyber attacks. National Center for Cybersecurity of Great Britain (NCSC) believes that Moscow will try to steal and publish internal correspondence, as well as information from the bases with the opinions of voters.

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