Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu will meet Thursday in Jerusalem with his Greek counterpart Alexis Tsipras and the president of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades. The three leaders previously met in Nicosia in January. The official announcement from Netanyahu's office said the meeting is aimed at "strengthening stability and establishing a regular framework for countries with common interests. A trilateral research and development agreement will also be signed in order to advance joint projects." DEBKAfile's sources report that Netanyahu, Tsipras and Anastadiades will also discuss cooperation in defense of critical subsea infrastructure, namely a gas pipeline and optical communication lines placed near the bottom of the Mediterranean.