The Cypriot and the Israeli Occupation leaders agreed to develop the Israeli-Cypriot-Greek alliance between the so-called “democracies” of the eastern Mediterranean.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that “Israel” remains determined to continue working on the gas pipeline project which connects “Israel” to mainland Europe through Cyprus.
Netanyahu reportedly met with the Cypriot president last week, and the two agreed to develop the Israeli-Cypriot-Greek alliance between the so-called “democracies” in the eastern Mediterranean.
“We built this alliance several years ago and it has very important implications, especially regarding Israel’s standing as a major energy power. The project that we focused on is the supply of Israeli gas to Europe via the pipeline from our gas field to a huge liquefaction facility that will be built in Cyprus.
“This link will jump the Israeli economy forward to new heights and will strengthen Israel’s standing as an important international energy supplier,” Netanyahu said during a meeting with the Israeli government.
Netanyahu noted that this project would grant Europe access to cheap gas and will reciprocally strengthen Israel’s standing.
Last week, Cyprus, Greece, the Israeli occupation, and the United States have agreed to boost cooperation in various areas, such as energy.
The 3+1 cooperation format was created in 2019 to promote “peace and stability” in the Eastern Mediterranean, as well as to secure the energy resources of the parties.