The plan involves linking the three countries’ power grids via the world’s longest and deepest underwater electricity cable.
Netanyahu says two countries have a “common interest” to “fight radicalism, to fight terrorism, to fight those who … want to destroy our world.”
“The Turks are trying to show that they are boss, and this is very worrying,” senior Israeli officials says according to Israeli media report.
Investigators are still examining debris from an unidentified flying object which smashed into northern Cyprus in the early hours of Monday morning, but initial estimates point to a Russian missile.
According to current estimates, it will take about a year to arrange the financing for the pipeline and five years to place it. If all goes according to plan, the pipeline could be operational as soon as 2025.
Airbnb, the online marketplace and hospitality service, announced yesterday that it will no longer permit listings on its site from Judea and Samaria. A company statement alleges that “Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank… are at the core of the dispute between Israelis and Palestinians.”
“All Praise is Due to Allah” for “Genocide against Christians”: Muslim Persecution of Christians, April 2018
A Muslim man set a Christian woman on fire because she refused to convert to Islam and marry him.
The pipeline will be some 2,000-km long, will cost approximately $6 billion and could be completed by 2025.
Plans for an ambitious underwater natural gas pipeline dominated a trilateral summit between Israel, Greece and Cyprus in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki Thursday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu traveled to Greece Wednesday to attend a third trilateral summit between Israeli, Greek and Cypriot leaders.