Spokesman says trilateral meeting an important mechanism of geopolitical cooperation

The leaders of Cyprus, Greece, and Israel meet tomorrow in Nicosia in the framework of their trilateral cooperation, to discuss various issues of mutual interest, as well as the Cyprus problem, Turkey’s provocations, EU-Israeli relations, the Middle East, and Euro-Med cooperation.

In a written statement ahead of the meeting, Government Spokesman Prodromos Prodromou says that the trilateral relationship, which began in January 2016 and continues uninterruptedly, constitutes an important mechanism of geopolitical cooperation, with the three countries working together to secure a common future of safety, stability, and prosperity.

On a political level, the summit will discuss the Cyprus issue and the provocative actions of Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean, relations between the EU and Israel, the Middle East Peace Process (MEPP) and the Euro-Med cooperation, he adds.

In a written statement, Prodromou says that the trilateral relationship, which began in January 2016 and continues uninterruptedly, constitutes an important mechanism of geopolitical cooperation, with the three countries working together to secure a common future of safety, stability, and prosperity.

Along with the summit, a series of issues of mutual interest will be discussed in many sectors, such as energy, communications, high speed networks, space technology, environment, agriculture, health, combatting terrorism, digital diplomacy, education, and cultural heritage, he notes.

He also says that in the framework of the meeting, a trilateral meeting of the commercial chambers will be organised, with an aim to jointly promote financial cooperation and entrepreneurship.

A special aim is to deliver the results of the cooperation to the level of the daily lives of citizens, he points out.

Prodromou notes that the summit will also further promote the planning for the EastMED pipeline, which will function as an energy gateway for Europe, adding that new agreements and MoUs will also be signed between the three countries.

On a political level, the summit will discuss the Cyprus issue and the provocative actions of Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean, relations between the EU and Israel, the Middle East Peace Process (MEPP) and the Euro-Med cooperation, he adds.

Source: Cyprus News Agency