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Israel-Hellenic forum will reconvene in Nicosia for the first time

The Israel-Hellenic Forum – the major platform for furthering relations between academics, public intellectuals and experts in Greece, Cyprus and Israel – will reconvene in Nicosia on June 19-21. This will be the third conventional plenary session of the Forum since it was established by the B’nai B’rith World Center, with earlier sessions being held in Jerusalem (November 2019) and Athens (June 2022). In 2020 and 2021 the Forum was held online.

The meeting is organized in cooperation with the Cyprus Center for European and International Affairs, which is associated with the University of Nicosia and the Institute of International Relations (IDIS) at Panteion University in Athens. More than 40 leading diplomats, academics, politicians and journalists from Greece, Israel and Cyprus will participate in the event. The President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Christodoulides will deliver the opening keynote address.

Plenary sessions include, “The Cyprus Question, the Greco-Turkish Relations and the Prospect of Energy Cooperation in the Eastern Mediterranean”; “Perspectives on the Network of Cooperation between Israel, Cyprus and Greece”; “Recent Developments in Israel, Greece and Cyprus”; “The New Emerging European and International order: Challenges and Opportunities”; “National Security Issues”; “The Impact of the War in Ukraine on the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East”.

For more information and participations contact 22841600 and/or e-mail [email protected]

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