Communist Party of Israel

A high-profile Greek delegation, headed by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, landed in Israel on Monday, February 8, to discuss regional matters with Israeli officials, including: coordinating policy on the EastMed pipeline which will connect the Leviathan gas fields in Israel’s territorial waters to Cyprus, Greece and eventually Europe; weapons and knowledge sales; the investment by Israeli capitalists in Greece; and a mutual tourism agreement in the age of the coronavirus. Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis had warm words for his Israeli counterpart, far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as well as for strengthening the relationship between the two nations after the two leaders met in Jerusalem on Monday. Greek PM Mitsotakis and Israeli PM Netanyahu speak at a press conference following their talks on Monday, February 8. (Photo: Greek government) Speaking broadly of the deepening economic ties between the two countries, Mitsotakis said that there is room for “significant further investment on the…

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