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Georgia Summit

Asked whether the Prime Minister would be attending the proposed summit on the situation in Georgia, the PMS said that the proposal had been made in the last few days and we very much welcomed the announcement of the meeting. It had not been finally decided who would be attending from the UK.

Asked if the Prime Minister thought that the summit should look at ways to punish Russia, the PMS said that the agenda was really a matter for the Presidency. As he had said, this proposal had only just been made in the past couple of days and no doubt there would be intensive preparation ahead of the summit where a whole range of issues would be considered.

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