Cyprus, Greece and Israel FMs meeting to focus on enhancing regional cooperation

Cyprus Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides visits Israel on Sunday for a trilateral meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Cyprus, Greece and Israel.

Their agenda includes ways to enhance regional cooperation, cooperation on health issues in view of the Covid-19 pandemic, and cooperation in responding to emergency situations such as wildfires, in view of the fires that broke out in the three countries recently, CNA has learnt.

This is the first ministerial trilateral meeting between Cyprus, Greece and Israel taking place after the new Israeli government, under Naftali Bennett, took over, and will prepare a High-Level trilateral meeting expected to take place in Cyprus by the end of the year. The previous Foreign Ministers’ trilateral meeting took place in Greece in October 2020.


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