Israeli, Cypriot and Greek leaders to push ahead with pipeline plan

At their trilateral summit in Thessaloniki on Thursday, the leaders of Israel, Greece and Cyprus agreed to ramp up their cooperation in various fields including energy and security, with an undersea pipeline project among the most prominent items on the agenda. 
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said the planned 2,000-kilometer East Med Pipeline to export Israeli natural gas to Europe via the two countries would be a "revolution." They also agreed to launch joint initiatives in innovation tech that could create new industries and businesses in the three countries.
 

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