ATHENS, September 5 (RIA Novosti)
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The Defense Minister of Greece Panos Beglitis and his Israeli counterpart Ehud Barak signed a memorandum on military cooperation in Jerusalem on Sunday, the Greek Ministry of Defense reported.
The contents of the memorandum is undisclosed. Panos Beglitis said that the two governments are intend to cooperate closely.
"Our relations with Israel are not under the influence of the current condition," said Beglitis.
Greece has recently improved relations with Israel, exploiting the rift between Tel Aviv and Ankara over the Israeli attack on the pro-Palestinian Freedom Flotilla last year. The raid killed nine people, all Turkish nationals.
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