EastMed pipeline close to high-level agreement, but still a long way from becoming reality

EconomyFeatures Tags: Cyprus, Energy, European Union, Turkey, USA By: Georgia Nakou
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The EastMed pipeline project is approaching another milestone, with a summit due to take place between Israel, Cyprus and Greece in Jerusalem on March 20.

However, the 6.2-billion-euro energy mega-project still has a number of hurdles to clear before it can become a reality, among them challenges that some consider insurmountable.

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