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Netanyahu in Cyprus in September for trilateral with Greece

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit Cyprus on 3-4 September to participate in the Cyprus-Greece-Israel trilateral leaders' meeting, according to a statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem.

The Cyprus-Greece-Israel trilateral meeting was scheduled for last month, however, because the Israeli PM underwent surgery and was fitted with a pacemaker, his travel schedule for July was cancelled and the trilateral meeting scheduled to be held in Nicosia was postponed.

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