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Asked if there was recognition that Britain "banging the drum" was a little counter-productive, and would we not get better results by getting a more EU broad consensus so it was not seen as Britain against Mugabe, the PMS replied that we had a long established position in relation to Zimbabwe and that had not changed under this Prime Minister. In relation to the EU/Africa Summit later this year, there was a lot of diplomatic negotiation that would need to take place over the handling of Zimbabwe at the Summit, but this was someway down the line yet.

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