Greece, Israel look to closer co-operation on energy issues

Written by on October 9, 2013 in Europe - No comments

Greece and Israel signed a series of agreements, joint declarations and cooperation protocols on a range of issues, from naval training, education, film production and sports to tourism cooperation, energy and fighting crime.

During the official visit of Greek premier Antonis Samaras to Israel on Tuesday, ministers in the Greek and Israeli delegations put pen to paper on important agreements that will bring about investments, most notably in the energy sector.

The focus was on efforts by Greece, Israel and Cyprus to exploit energy resources in the region (something that was also discussed during the Greek PM’s visit to the United States of America).

“Greece and Cyprus are both members of the European Union and we believe they can be a stable mediator between Israel and Europe,” said Antonis Samaras in Jerusalem.

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