Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will meet, tomorrow in Nicosia Cyprus.
The purpose of the meeting, which reflects the tighter relations between the three countries, is to establish a permanent framework for countries that share similar worldviews, values and interests in order to strengthen stability in the eastern Mediterranean basin and advance regional prosperity.
The potential for tripartite cooperation is considerable and encompasses areas such as – inter alia – tourism, the environment, water, energy, science, innovation, migration and the war against terrorism. The three leaders will discuss possibilities for cooperation and will sign a water cooperation agreement. A professional steering committee will also convene to discuss concrete projects that will be advanced in the near future.
Tomorrow’s trilateral meeting takes place following the recent meeting between Prime Minister Netanyahu and Cyprus President Anastasiades and today’s meeting between the Israeli and Greek governments.