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'Silly laws have become worse' in Russia

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President Vladimir Putin of Russia is going to London to watch the judo at the Olympics and to meet Prime Minister David Cameron.

Executive director of the Russo-British Chambers of Commerce Stephen Dalziel discusses the relationship between the UK and Russia and whether the issue of Syria and human rights in Russia will be talked about.

He says that recent laws in Russia means any non-governmental organisation receiving money from other countries is classed as "a foreign agent".


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