After signing EastMed pipeline pact, Athens aims to tackle Turkey challenge

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Cyprus, Israel, Turkey, USA

Greece, Israel and Cyprus signed on Thursday a historic agreement for the construction of the EastMed pipeline, bolstering their tripartite alliance and shaking things up in terms of the geopolitical implications for the region.

The pact takes on particular importance due to the current developments in the Eastern Mediterranean and the challenges that Turkey has created by signing the two memoranda with the Tripoli-based government in Libya.

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