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Krupa Thakrar Padhy Krupa Thakrar Padhy | 17:30 UK time, Monday, 4 October 2010

 

This topic was discussed on World Have Your Say on 4 October 2010. Listen to the programme.

Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague, will be coming onto World Have Your Say to take questions from our global audience on October 4th. The show will be live from the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham on the BBC World Service radio at 1800-1900 BST. You'll be able to listen live here.

Whether you have a question about the war in Afghanistan, China's emerging economy or nuclear weapons in Iran, Mr. Hague will be happy to respond.



The BBC's Russian Service has already got their audience involved. Igor in Voronezh  wants to ask,


Britain is seeking Andrei Lugovoy's extradition, but at the same time, it is refusing to extradite those people we want for crimes and terrorism here in Russia. Will Britain continue to have such double standards?

And Andrei in Riga, Latvia writes,


EU officials have said on many occasions that the European Union does not have a united foreign policy. What do you think should be EU's priorities in its relationship with Russia?

Post your comments and questions here and we'll try our best to get as many of them to Mr. Hague as possible.

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