Bjarni Benediktsson, chairman of the Independence Party, the largest opposition party in Iceland, met UK Prime Minister and Tory leader David Cameron in Birmingham on Tuesday, as revealed in an announcement from the party.
Chairman of the Independence Party Bjarni Benediktsson. Photo by Páll Kjartansson.
Benediktsson and Cameron discussed the joint interests of Iceland and Britain, matters concerning the European Union and Benediktsson also explained his view of the dispute surrounding Landsbanki’s Icesave deposits in the UK and the Netherlands, ruv.is reports.
Benediktsson also met British Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State William Hague and discussed the same issues with him. According to the Independence Party, both meetings were productive.
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