EU countries sign gas deal with Israel

To reduce dependence on Russian gas, three EU countries have signed a deal for a gas pipeline from Israel.

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Italy, Greece and Cyprus signed a deal this Wednesday with Israel to install a gas pipeline in the hopes of reducing EU dependence on Russian gas, reports EUObserver.

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