It was announced during a meeting in Jerusalem between Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and visiting Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias.
A trilateral meeting between Israel, Greece and Cyprus is to take place soon.
This was announced during a meeting in Jerusalem between Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and visiting Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias.
During the visit, the Greek minister thanked the Bennett for Israel’s assistance to Greece in extinguishing the wildfires that occurred in Greece last month.
The two leaders discussed the close relations between Israel and Greece, and the strengthening of strategic cooperation between the two countries on regional issues, including the issue of the Iranian nuclear threat.
They also discussed ways of fighting the coronavirus in their respective countries, with emphasis on the third dose of the vaccine and its effect on the pandemic, as well as Israel’s being a global pioneer in use of the third dose of the vaccine.
The two agreed to advance on a trilateral meeting between Israel, Greece and Cyprus in the near future, Bennett’s office said.
The Greek Foreign Minister also met with his Israeli counterpart Yair Lapid with whom he discussed regional developments and areas of possible cooperation.