The United Kingdom supports Russia's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO), British Prime Minister David Cameron said here on Monday.
He told students of the Moscow State University that a big delegation of businessmen had arrived in Moscow with him as a sign of Britain's support to Russia.
Russia and Britain should create best conditions for bilateral trade and investment and their top officials should aim at helping businessmen make a choice in favor of their states, Cameron said.
According to the British leader, the bilateral economic cooperation should become a sort of locomotive for developing all-round relations between Russia and Britain.
Russia's accession to the WTO will facilitate the development of business-like relations between the two countries, Cameron added.
Russia, which has been seeking WTO membership for some 18 years, is the largest economy remaining outside the global trade organization.