Trilateral of Cyprus, Greece and Israel postponed

Trilateral of Cyprus, Greece and Israel postponed

The postponement of the trilateral meeting between Cyprus, Israel and Greece has nothing to do with the United Nations General Assembly's decision on the issue of Jerusalem. According to well-informed sources of "Phileleftheros" newspaper and the article's writer, Andreas Pimbisis, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was anything but negative in holding a meeting with Nikos Anastasiadis and Alexis Tsipras right now.

On the contrary, as "Phileleftheros" journalists have been told, from the very first moment when a certain issue at a crucial session of Kenset cropped, he (Netanyahu) immediately proposed an alternative, suggesting that the meeting took place in Israel (on the morning of January 8) not in Cyprus, so that he could attend the Knesset debate, too.

However, after a common decision, the three leaders agreed on postponing their trilateral get together until finding a better moment that will suit all three of the them, diplomatic sources have said. Immediately after there is a new date, there will be simultaneous announcements in the three countries.../IBNA

Photo (Library): Cyprus-Greece-Israel 3rd Trilateral Summit held in Thessaloniki, June, 2017/ERT

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