Greece, Israel, Cyprus sign deal for EastMed gas pipeline


While it's being caught up in political and logistical difficulties and nineteen hundred kilometers east made pipeline intended to provide an alternative gas source for energy hungry Europe is being agreed on by the leaders of Greece Israel and Cyprus them meeting in Athens to sign a deal for an undersea pipeline to provide energy to areas largely dependent on supplies from Russia the pipeline would run from Israel's offshore gas reserves to cypress creek and the Greek mainland an overland pipeline to northwestern Greece and another planned undersea pipeline would carry the gas to Italy the project with the rough budget of five point three billion euros is expected to satisfy about ten percent of the European union's natural gas

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