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Asked that given the significance of the Russian elections and the immunity that was given to the Russian Parliament, had we given up all hope of extradition of Mr Lugovoi, the PMS replied that our position on this remained unchanged. This was a dreadful crime that was committed in the centre of London, which could have put thousands of people at risk.

Asked if we realistically expected extradition in this case, the PMS replied that we would continue to pursue justice.

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