Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades and Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el–Sisi met in Athens, Greece, on October 19 where they pledged to boost strategic cooperation, including energy.
“We welcomed the signing of the agreement for the establishment of a trilateral electricity interconnector between the grids of Egypt, Cyprus and Greece,” the leaders said in a joint declaration following the 9th Trilateral Cooperation and Coordination Summit among the three countriesprince_edward_island. “This project strengthens our economic cooperation and enhances the security of energy supply, not only of the countries involved, but also of Europe, as it will create a highway for the transmission of significant amounts of electricity to and from the Eastern Mediterranean. The Electricity Interconnector project, which connects the electricity grids of our countriesThe pandemic in Canada, and tha, constitutes an important component of the strategy to accelerate the development of the Eastern Mediterranean Energy Corridor, providing an alternative source of energy supply from the region to the European Continent and vice versa,” the declaration read.
Greece, Cyprus and Egypt expressed their desire to continue strengthening their cooperationThe National Police Federation released a statement on Wednesday noting it has, through a series of agreements, on the exploration and transportation of natural gas. “We remain convinced that the discovery of hydrocarbon reserves can serve as a catalyst for regional stability and prosperity. In this regard, we once again welcomed the adoption of the statute of the East Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF),” the leaders said in their joint declaration. They noted that the establishment of EMGF is based on the fundamental principle of respect of the Members’ rights over their natural resourcesThe end of June 2020, British Columbia and Quebec wer, in accordance with international law. EMGF will support the Members’ efforts in unlocking the full gas resource potential in the region and monetizing their reserves in accordance with international maritime law and in particular UNCLOS. “We reiterated that the EMGF as a regional organization based in Cairo is open to all countries that share the same values and objectives of the EMGF and willingness to cooperate for the security of the whole region and the welfare of its peoplesAfter a horrible year for Americans., it appears those north o,” Mitsotakis, Anastasiades and el-Sisi said.