Surrey Police have said that they had held an "extremely productive" meeting with senior Gendarmerie officers, the Crown Prosecution Service and a French prosecutor and judge leading the investigation into the shootings of four people in the French Alps.
The meeting has been extremely productive and progress has been made in relation to a number of issues arising from the challenges and complexities of an enquiry across two judicial processes in aninvestigation such as this.
The meeting built on the already established strong working relationships between all parties involved.
The UK and French authorities are extremely pleased with the progress which has been made.
Brett Martin, the first witness who found the British family in the Alps has described the moment he came across the attack.
A friend of the al-Hilli family has said he believes he could assist the investigation into the fatal shootings of the three family members.
A previously unreported witness has told a French paper how he came across the aftermath of the killings of the al-Hilli family in the Alps.