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Netanyahu and Anastasiades discuss convening of new tripartite meeting

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades have discussed the possibility of convening a tripartite meeting with Greece in late April or early May.

According to reliable sources, the two leaders had a telephone conversation on Monday evening during which Netanyahu congratulated Anastasiades on his re-election on Sunday and they discussed the next tripartite meeting of Greece, Cyprus and Israel.

The same sources indicated that the meeting will probably be held around the end of April or early May, however this will be confirmed after they discuss it with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

The tripartite meeting was scheduled to have taken place in early December last year but was postponed at the request of the Israeli Prime Minister.
CNA

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