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David Cameron's visit to Russia boost business ties with the UK

The British Prime Minister, David Cameron, is in Moscow for talks aimed at rebuilding relations between the UK and Russia.

The one-day visit is the first visit from a British Prime minister to Russia in five years and it is seen as an effort to rebuild a relationship damaged by the assassination of a former Russian spy, Alexander Litvinenko, in London in 2006.

But it is also an opportunity for Britain to boost trade ties.

Julia Caesar reports.

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