The Foreign Ministers of Cyprus-Greece-Israel emphasized the strategic importance of their cooperation
The strategic nature of the Cyprus-Greece-Israel Tripartite Cooperation Mechanism was confirmed at a tripartite meeting at the level of Foreign Ministers in New York
The strategic nature of the Cyprus-Greece-Israel Tripartite Cooperation Mechanism was confirmed at a tripartite meeting at the level of Foreign Ministers in New York. At the same time, there was a joint commitment to implement specific projects and actions in the next period.
According to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Minister Konstantinos Kombos participated in the tripartite meeting of the Cyprus-Greece-Israel Foreign Ministers, which took place on Tuesday, on the sidelines of the High Level Week of the 78th UN General Assembly, in New York.
As stated, during the meeting, Mr. Kombos together with his counterparts, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece Giorgos Gerapetritis and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Israel Eli Cohen, "confirmed the strategic character of the Tripartite Cooperation Mechanism and expressed their joint strong commitment to strengthen multifaceted cooperation, with the implementation of specific projects and actions in the next period".
At the meeting, the Ministers noted the geomilitary importance of the 3+1 (US) arrangement for prosperity and stability in the Eastern Mediterranean and underlined that they look forward to arranging a meeting at the level of Foreign Ministers soon.
In addition, the readiness of the Republic of Cyprus to participate in the Negev Basin was emphasized based on the dynamics developed by the Abraham Accords.