Greek, Israeli Prime Ministers confirm mutual intention to continue bilateral cooperation

Greek, Israeli Prime Ministers confirm mutual intention to continue bilateral cooperation

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and recently elected Prime Minister of Israel Naftali Bennett confirmed their intention to continue their cooperation in both bilateral and trilateral terms, including Cyprus, speaking on the telephone on Tuesday evening, said government sources.

The two prime ministers both acknowledged the strategic nature of relations between the two countries, and underlined the mutual will to strengthen cooperation, referring to important steps already taken in critical sectors, such as in energy, defense and technology.

They also discussed the management of the coronavirus pandemic. Mitsotakis congratulated Bennett on assuming his duties, wished him good luck, and invited him to visit Athens at his earliest convenience.

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