TheresaMay has actually talked on the phone to Russia's President Vladimir Putin for the very first time because she ended up being PM, Downing Street has actually validated.
Bothleaders shared frustration with UK-Russianrelationships, as well as vowed to boost connections, the Kremlin stated.
A Downing St spokesperson stated they concurred that co-operation on air travel protection was an essential part of initiatives to eliminate terrorism.
Theset will certainly fulfill at the G20top of globe leaders in China following month.
Relationsin between both nations have actually been stressed, especially adhering to the UK query which condemned the 2006 poisoning fatality of previous spy AlexanderLitvinenkoon Russian representatives as well as stated it was “most likely” authorized by Mr Putin.
Othercontroversial subjects have actually consisted of Russia's assistance for the Syrian program, the addition of Crimea as well as combating in Ukraine, as well as western permissions versusRussia
TheDowning Street spokesperson validated that the leaders reviewed usual protection hazards encountered by both nations.
Shestated: “Thehead of state kept in mind the value of the connection in between the UK as well as Russia as well as shared the hope that, in spite of distinctions on specific problems, they can connect in a truthful as well as open method concerning the problems that mattered most to them.
“Thehead of state as well as head of state concurred that British as well as Russian residents encountered usual hazards from terrorism, which co-operation on air travel protection specifically was an essential part of the worldwide counter-terrorism initiative.”
Theleaders accepted create a discussion in between their protection firms on problems associating with air travel protection, the Kremlin stated.
TheRussian federal government additionally stated Mrs May validated the UK's objective to take part in the 75 th wedding anniversary of the initial arrival of wartime help by British convoys to the Russian city of Arkhangelsk, later on this month.
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