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Embassy Hosts British Business Club
Photographs by Liza Azarova

Hundreds of British businessmen and their spouses filled the main hall of the British Embassy on March 1st, St David's Day, for a reception with the highlight of a Mariomi fashion show, followed by a speech by British Ambassador Anthony Brenton. Mr Brenton paid tribute to the perspicacity of those present in doing business with Russia and noted that trade and business was booming. Acknowledging that political relations were currently not at their highest level of accord between the two countries, he noted that Russian officials he dealt with very pragmatically did not let political discord sway them in furthering business relations.

Mr. Edwards Kirakosyan Director Sales Tetley Overseas and a colleague

British Ambassador, Mr Anthony Brenton, draws a winner for the business card lottery, watched by Mr. Don Scott, OBE, President of the British Business Club

A model displays a Mariomi creation

Mr. Andy Sherlock, Managing Director, TCAD

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