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Grapevine May 5, 2021: Briefly united in sorrow

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

Israel, Lebanon to return to maritime border talks on Tuesday

The talks will take place at the UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) base in Naquora, near Rosh Hanikra, with US mediation, as they did in October and November of 2020.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan attends a meeting of his ruling AK Party via video link in Ankara,

Turkey invites Steinitz for highest-level visit in years

Erdogan and other senior Turkish officials have made public overtures towards Israel in the past year, and inviting Steinitz to the conference is another step in that vein.

A WOMAN YELLS as she stands near her destroyed house in Beit Hanun, in the northern Gaza Strip in 20

Gas to Gaza? The pipeline that might provide a lifeline

For years the project was a distant prospect because of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

By REUTERS
23/02/2021
The meeting of the third East Mediterranean Gas Forum, which is hosted by Egypt.

Israel officially joins regional gas forum

Despite Israel’s key role in founding the EMGF, its official membership in the organization was held up due to opposition from Environmental Protection Minister Gila Gamliel.

Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz inaugurates the Negev Energy thermo-solar power plant, August 2019

Steinitz convenes team to raise Israel solar energy to 30% by 2030

"The decision we passed in the government sets a huge challenge for us to reach 30% solar energy by 2030," said Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz.

23/11/2020
Clean Energy Israel

Gov't approves plan for 30% of Israel's energy to be renewable by 2030

Israel's Environmental Protection Minister Gila Gamliel opposed the plan, saying it places a problematic emphasis on natural gas, while setting a low bar compared to other developed countries.

The Lebanese village of Adaisseh is seen on the left-hand-side of the Israel-Lebanon border, as seen

Will rekindled negotiations between Israel and Lebanon weaken Hezbollah?

The talks between the two countries, which have no diplomatic ties and are technically in a state of ongoing war, will be mediated by the US and hosted by the United Nations.

Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz speaks during an interview with Reuters in Athens, Greece, Ja

Steinitz: Gas development after Israel-Lebanon talks critical for Beirut

Israel’s natural gas and renewable energy innovation has strengthened its ties to countries in Europe and the Middle East.

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