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Asked what contact the Prime Minister had had with President Putin since coming to office, and had they discussed the Litvinenko case, the PMS replied that there was nothing to add to what had been said previously on this. There had been contact between the British and Russian Governments on this matter, but it was better to wait for the Foreign Secretary’s statement later this afternoon.

Put that the PMS had told journalists how many calls or video conferences there had been between the Prime Minister and President Bush, and how many times had he spoken to President Putin, the PMS said that he had held a meeting with President Putin before he became Prime Minister, as we had said before.

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