Wednesday, June 14, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went on a two-day visit to Greece. In Thessaloniki the Israeli Prime Minister will hold talks with the Prime Ministers of Greece and Cyprus, as well as meeting the heads of governments of the three countries.
In the past, similar summits took place in Cyprus and in Israel and the main topic discussed on them was cooperation in the field of energy and gas.
Netanyahu will also participate in the groundbreaking for the Museum of memory of the Jews of Thessaloniki who died in the Disaster.
During the trip the Prime Minister is accompanied by Minister of science Ofir Akunis, energy Minister Yuval Steinitz, Minister of economy Ali Cohen and environment Minister Zeev Elkin.
In the absence of the Prime Minister, his duties will be fulfilled by the Minister of culture and sports, Miri Regev. Its inauguration was approved by telephone vote of government Ministers.