Presidents of chambers of commerce of Cyprus – Greece and Israel to have a trilateral meeting in Beersheba

Presidents of the chambers of commerce and industry of Cyprus – Greece and Israel will hold a trilateral meeting next Thursday, in the framework of the trilateral meeting of heads of state of the three countries in Beersheba of Israel.

As President of Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry Christodoulos Angastiniotis told CNA, during the meeting he will discuss with his counterparts of Uriel Lynn of the Federations of the Israeli Chambers of Commerce and Constantinos Mihalos, of the Central Union of Greek Chambers, issues related to the strengthening of the already excellent economic and business relations between the three countries. He also noted that they will discuss issues related to research and innovation and start-ups, in which Israel has a lot of experience.

This is the first tripartite meeting of the presidents of the three chambers, who are expected to meet again in the framework of the next trilateral summit to be held in Greece.

Leaders of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades, Israel Benjamin Netanyahu and Greece Alexis Tsipras, will meet on Thursday in Beersheba, while on behalf of the Republic of Cyprus Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Energy and Communications will also have contacts with their counterparts.

A day before the tripartite meeting, a Business Forum will take place in Tel-Aviv between entrepreneurs of the three countries. Around 260 participants from Israel are expected to attend the forum, and some 50 participants from Cyprus and Greece. Cyprus will participate in the forum with 10 companies including construction and land development companies, ICT companies, service companies, accountants and fiduciaries. Greece is expected to participate in the forum with 7 companies.

Source: Cyprus News Agency