» Tuesday, June 26, 2007


Asked if the Government had any regret for closing the investigation now that the Justice Department had opened it, the PMOS replied that we had no comment to make whatsoever. Asked if we stood by the decision, the PMOS replied that there were two distinct issues: our position on the investigation in this country which had not changed; and we had no comment on what happens in the US. It would be wrong to do so in this country, and wrong to do so in any other country.

Asked if our officials would take part in the investigation, the PMOS replied that he did not give a running commentary on legal proceedings in this country, and neither would he give a commentary on proceedings in other countries.

Asked whether we were willing to cooperate with the investigation, the PMOS replied that we had no comment.

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