Meeting between Greek PM, Israeli counterpart underway in Israel

27 January 2016
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A meeting between Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who is currently on a visit to Israel, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu got underway here on Wednesday afternoon, in the context of the Greece-Israel High-level Cooperation Council.

Bilateral meetings are also being held between ministers of the two countries and their counterparts. According to sources, the talks are dealing with cooperation agreements in energy, maritime transport, innovation, water technology and environmental protection, transport, tourism, security and trade agreements.

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