Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Tony Blair, British Prime Minister, will confer tomorrow on joint efforts against international terrorism and other latter-date dangers, Igor Ivanov, Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs, said to newsmen. Current developments demand practical security measures to go together with general political statements, he stressed. European and other team security arrangements will be prominent on the Putin-Blair agenda as international terrorism is a challenge too big for even the strongest countries to meet it singlehanded, added the minister. Tomorrow's conference will be informal to allow debates on the entire range of Russo-British relations and joint efforts on the international arena. Messrs. Putin and Blair agreed to meet in a recent telephone talk, said Igor Ivanov.
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