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Following an intense period, during which Greece signed a defence deal with France and renewed the Mutual Defence Cooperation Agreement (MDCA) with the US, Athens is once again turning an eye to the Eastern Mediterranean region as well as North Africa.
One of the most significant elements that yet another trilateral meeting between Greece, Cyprus and Egypt produced has been undoubtedly the signing of a memorandum on the interconnection for the transmission of electric power.
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