Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has invited British Prime Minister David Cameron to visit Russia in 2011.
Russia and Great Britain are "ready in cooperation as their views matched on many issues," Medevedev told journalists after the talks with Cameron within the meeting of G20 leaders in Seoul.
The Russian leader said that he had discussed with Cameron international security issues, the Iranian nuclear problem as well as security concerns on the Korean Peninsula.
Medvedev said Russian-U.K. relations had seen a significant upturn.
"Russian companies continue Initial Public Offerings (IPO) on the London Stock Exchange with great pleasure. It should be strengthened," the president said.
SEOUL, November 11 (RIA Novosti)