David Cameron in Moscow
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Cameron: Russia and Britain can help each other grow

The British Prime Minister David Cameron is in Moscow to try to repair Britain's relationship with Russia.

The two countries fell out after a critic of the Kremlin, Alexander Litvinenko, was murdered in London in 2006. Despite their political differences, trade between the two nations has been growing sharply recently.

Mr Cameron is meeting Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin during his visit. At a press conference he said both countries must work together to promote economic growth.

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