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Cyprus and Israel put an end to the Turkish provocations in the Buffer Zone

Cyprus and Israel put an end to the Turkish provocations by placing a surveillance system along the UN so-called “green line”. This move by the Cypriot Ministry of Defense is vital as the surveillance systems that will be installed will provide information to those in charge in real-time.

The Director of the International Defense Cooperation Directorate (SIBAT) Brigadier General Yair Kulas paid a visit to the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Cyprus today.

During the visit, a transnational agreement was signed for the installation of a Surveillance System.

Also, a bilateral meeting took place with the General Director of the Ministry of Defense of Cyprus Mr Andreas P. Loukas, where issues related to the relations between the two countries in the field of Defense and Security were discussed and ways to strengthen cooperation between the two nations.

GEOPOLITIKI.COM With information from Cyprusdefense.gr

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