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Navalny and climate on agenda in first Russia visit by UK minister since 2017

Three-day trip by Foreign Office minister Wendy Morton is an attempt to maintain dialogue

The first visit by a UK government minister to Moscow since 2017 will go ahead next week in what is being presented as an attempt to maintain a dialogue with Russia while stopping short of a normalisation of UK-Russian relations.

The Foreign Office minister Wendy Morton will undertake a three-day visit, with government officials stressing that the points of difference with Russia are if anything growing rather than receding.

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