EU and Israel plan energy partnership

The EU wants to work more closely with Israel in light of its dependence on Russian gas. “We are exploring ways to step up our energy cooperation with Israel”, von der Leyen said Tuesday evening at a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in Jerusalem. In light of Russian attempted coercion, the EU wants to expand cooperation with other, trusted suppliers.

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