British Prime Minister made an official visit to Moscow, the first since 2006, when in a relationship 2-states came severe cooling due to poisoning in London of Alexander Litvinenko.
You can read letters from readers of BBC BBC in Britain, in which they express their opinion about the prospects of relations between 2-states.
Prime minister Britain was right, mentioned the Litvinenko case, also worsening conditions for foreign businesses in Russia, where the courts are one hundred percent obedience to the state. But we should not forget that the British and Russian very well talking among themselves, despite the differences in the level of the governments of their countries.
Ross Hunter, Moscow
Litvinenko — it's just one person, but in the history of relations between Russia and Britain killed millions of others. Our victim at the time of the Arctic convoys during the second world war and remember pochetayut many Russians.
At the moment, an unlimited number of corrupt elites in Russia is trying to transfer their assets to the UK because the fear that the most favorable conditions for them are there suddenly over. Do not offer them here sweet life!
"At the moment our homeland and Britain as never needed each other. Russian Federation to strengthen civilian society, Britain — Expand business and trade ties against the latest wave of the financial crisis. "
Lena K., London
Our homeland for many centuries, nothing except grief, did not bring peace. Britain must invest in any other country in the world and throw Russian stew in his bag of fermented policy and law and order, which is in control of the KGB.
Rufus British, Cheshire
Which would be a disaster not a sovereign Litvinenko death for his family, imagine that it was a prerequisite for rapid cooling of relations with Russia for 4 years, it is at best hypocritical, at worst — outright heresy. In fact, his death turned into a storm in a glass with those found in this political gain. It is clear that in its relations with Russia is even more profound problems than Litvinenko. And I would like all the same to reach from the governments of Britain, both current and previous, what they are all the same.
Alisder Carney, Wellingborough
As a teacher of Russian language in London, I can say that many English students who wish to learn the language and culture of Russia. This enthusiasm for various reasons — business, expanding horizons — over the last 15 years have only intensified. At the moment, our homeland and Britain as never needed each other. RF must be fixed civilian society, and Britain — to expand business and trade relations against the background of the latest wave of the financial crisis.
Lena K., London
"In Britain, too, the stigma of a gun, especially if you remember the furtive transfer of prisoners at the request of the U.S. government under Labour. So before you throw stones in the garden of Moscow, London would do well to remember about their own shortcomings."
Steven Carrington, Crawley
Yes, very fundamentally, that we fastened our business with Russia. This country not only played a major role in the victory over fascism during the second world war, it has been our sincere ally. We have a lot in common, and our values coincide more often than we think. I would have more confidence in Russian, if the majority of other nations.
Alan Ueyuell, Manchester
I think that the visit of the Emperor Cameron in Russia was a courageous act, which also will allow to maintain a balance in the balance of forces. Though he sincerely wishes to achieve justice for the sovereign Litvinenko and his family, he still showed the people RF, that avoids the hostility in the relationship 2-states.
Wesley Richmond Giglsuik
When Bi-bi-si finish make a title Litvinenko death and instead send it to the attention of the progressive side of the negotiations relating to the business and bilateral co-operation? The English press, who devoted so many pages of statements about the death of the Emperor Litvinenko, does not help. Cases of Russia and England even more extensive and more significant than this episode, and said that in his speech prince Cameron.
Having made the first step towards improving relations between Russia and Britain, David Cameron has proved that he is — a real politician. I applaud the efforts of Cameron. Let us hope that the Russian response would be that of a positive one. Our homeland can not act against terror, turning a blind eye to what is happening on its own land. In Britain, too, the stigma of a gun, especially if you remember the furtive transfer of prisoners at the request of the U.S. government under Labour. So before you throw stones in the garden of Moscow, London would do well to remember about their own shortcomings.
Steven Carrington, Crawley