Cyprus and Greece included in new Israel defence doctrine

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Cyprus and Greece are the countries with which Israel should promote alliances. This position is recorded in the new defense doctrine of Israel, which diversifies taking into consideration the energy reserves, but also the wider developments in the Middle East.

According to a report in the newspaper “Phileleutheros” it is noteworthy that while Cyprus and Greece are mentioned, there is nothing for Turkey, with which Israel a few years ago had special military cooperation and even progressed to joint arms programs. Instead, Turkey is presented as one of the sources of problems for Israel.

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