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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Cameron said about corruption in Nigeria and Afghanistan, forgetting about the microphone


British Prime Minister David Cameron during the meeting with the Queen, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the speaker of the house of Commons allowed himself unflattering remarks about some countries. It turned out that the Prime Minister thought that his words will not be made public, but the microphone was turned on.

As they say in the message of agencies, Cameron talked about the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers to discuss the forthcoming anti-corruption summit. Speaking about the participants of the summit, Cameron said that Britain will come in fact, “leaders of some of the fantastically corrupt countries”. He added that “Nigeria and Afghanistan — perhaps the two most corrupt countries in the world.

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