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Harper and Cameron hold first meeting

Stephen Harper may have missed the G20 photograph but his first meeting with Tory leader was captured on camera.

Cameron-&-HarperThe talks between Mr Cameron and Prime Minister Harper focused on the economy and Afghanistan but also how the Canadian Conservative Party had reached out to ethnic communities.

Canadian Conservative officials also held talks at UK Tory HQ to exchange campaign ideas.

The meeting concluded a busy round of international bilaterals for the Tory leader, all on the margins of the G20.  In addition to the meeting with President Obama David Cameron also met the Presidents of Mexico, Indonesia and South Korea and the Prime Ministers of Canada, Australia and the Czech Republic.


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