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Cox Hits 75 Not Out!

Geoffre Cox and UK ambassador Sir Tony Brenton

Geoffrey Cox OBE, one of the leading figures in the British community in Moscow celebrated his 75th birthday in July with a party at the Astera ONCOR offices, where he is chairman. Among the many guests was British Ambassador Sir Tony Brenton, taking a brief respite from the political maelstrom enveloping British Russian relations where his considerable diplomatic skills have been thoroughly tested.

Geoffrey said in an interview with Passport last year that he would stay in Moscow as long as the adrenalin was pumping in his veins. He is obviously still on top of the world, although he has reduced his active role as one of the founders of the British Business Club and recently retired as the British representative on the Association of European Business.

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