“A trilateral summit between the leaders of Greece, Cyprus, and Israel will take place soon to finalize energy cooperation between the eastern Mediterranean allies,” said Israeli officials on Wednesday.
The gathering, which is slated to be held in Cyprus, comes amid blossoming relations between Israel and both Cyprus and Greece in a variety of fields including energy, defense, tourism, high-tech, and cybersecurity.
“The trilateral meeting should take place as soon as possible,” said the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and newly reelected Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis discussed during a congratulatory phone call.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, A Greek politician was recently re-elected as The Prime Minister of Greece for a second term in a historic win for his party this month.
The two leaders also agreed to further cooperation in additional fields, including technology and artificial intelligence.
The relationship between Cyprus, Greece, and Israel has developed into a “strategic partnership” based on a shared vision for a thriving eastern Mediterranean,” said the Cypriot President Nikos Christodoulides earlier this month.
The summit will be held amid the construction of an “energy highway” that will connect the national electricity grids of Israel, Cyprus, and Greece.
The mammoth, European Union-backed project is going forward as the war in Ukraine and sanctions on Russia are fueling a global energy crisis that has hit the European Union hard, spotlighting the continent’s dependence on foreign sources.
Produced in association with Jewish News Syndicate
Edited by Judy J. Rotich and Newsdesk Manager
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