“The European Union will within a few years be supplying electricity to Israel’s settlements in the occupied West Bank and Syria’s Golan Heights, all of which are illegal under international law.
That is what will happen when a major EU-backed infrastructure project, the EuroAsia Interconnector, is completed.
This is a subsea cable system that will connect the Israeli electricity grid to Europe via Greece and Cyprus.
This “energy highway” will create “a reliable alternative route for the transfer of electric energy to and from Europe,” according to the project website.
The European Union has given the initiative high-level support as a “project of common interest” that will “allow for bidirectional transmission of electricity” between EU states and the Israeli grid.
The leaders of Greece and Cyprus signed an agreement in June 2017 with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, blessing the EuroAsia Interconnector and other joint energy projects.
Last month a $4.3 billion tender was published seeking contractors to build the EuroAsia Interconnector….” A. Abunimah
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