Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife hosted a dinner on Wednesday night for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades and their spouses at his official residence in Jerusalem, ahead of a trilateral summit which will start on Thursday.
The three countries will discuss developments affecting the Eastern Mediterranean, the Cyprus issue and cooperation in energy, research, cybersecurity, tourism, among others.
According to the schedule, the summit will begin with bilateral meetings between the leaders, followed by a meeting of all three.
The three countries will sign a series of bilateral and trilateral Memoranda of Understanding, which will be followed by a joint press conference.
WATCH: Prime Minister Netanyahu and his wife Sara host dinner for Greek Prime Minister Tsipras and his partner Peristera "Betty" Baziana and Cypriot President Anastasiades and his wife Andri Moustakoudi, at the Prime Minister's Residence in Jerusalem. pic.twitter.com/CQtFFHlRpH
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