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On March, 10, Laurie Bristow, the UK Ambassador to Russia, visited RIAC. The meeting with RIAC authorities covered the preparation for the visit of Boris Johnson, British Foreign Secretary, to Moscow, prospects and limitations of bilateral cooperation regarding European security, Syrian conflict settlement, civil war in Libya as well as the fight against international terrorism and cyberthreats.

On March, 10, Laurie Bristow, the UK Ambassador to Russia, visited RIAC.

The meeting with RIAC authorities covered the preparation for the visit of Boris Johnson, British Foreign Secretary, to Moscow, prospects and limitations of bilateral cooperation regarding European security, Syrian conflict settlement, civil war in Libya as well as the fight against international terrorism and cyberthreats. 

British diplomat was also informed about the preliminary results of bilateral Russia-UK project RIAC is conducting together with RUSI.

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