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Can three days of the G8 really make a difference?

The final preparations are underway for the 2006 G8 Summit in St Petersburg. Delegates will have just three days to discuss global development, with energy security high on the agenda. Is it possible that world leaders will be able to agree on the main issues in such a short space of time? The Presidential Aide and Russian G8 Sherpa, Igor Shuvalov, is on Spotlight to give us more insight into this much anticipated event