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Prime Minister’s Bilaterals

The Prime Minister s Spokesman (PMS) began by giving a readout of the two meetings the Prime Minister had had this morning. In the meeting with the Iraqi President Talabani, the Prime Minister took the opportunity to express his gratitude for the President s attendance at today s service, which recognised the symbolism of having the presence of the Head of State of the new democratic Iraq. They also talked about the case of the British hostages, Peter Moore and Alan McMenemy. President Talabani reiterated his and his governments commitment to doing everything they could to resolve the situation. They also discussed the upcoming Iraqi elections in January 2010.

The meeting between the Prime Minister and Hungarian Prime Minister Bajnai was the first meeting between the two since Prime Minister Bajnai had become the Head of State in April this year. They discussed the latest developments in the global financial situation. They spoke about Copenhagen with the Prime Minister briefing Mr Bajnai on his climate-financing proposal. They also discussed the Lisbon Treaty and Afghanistan.

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