Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara Netanyahu, on Tuesday evening hosted a dinner for Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and his wife, Mareva Mitsotakis, at the Prime Minister's Residence in Jerusalem.

"This is a wonderful opportunity to welcome you, your wife Mareva and your son to our home," Netanyahu told the Greek Prime Minister at the start of the meeting.

“We had excellent discussions today, and we’re advancing, I would say, three pipelines: First, the gas pipeline, second, the electricity pipeline, it’s a connector between Israel, Cyprus and Greece, and third, the tourist pipeline. We hope to re-establish flights. August 1 is our target date but it depends on the coronavirus. Right now it’s rising, we hope to control it and bring it down,” added Netanyahu.

“We really would like to see Israelis coming to Greece, Greeks coming to Israel and I’m glad that you and your family and your delegation came to visit us. It’s wonderful to see you again. Great friendship.”