Israel, Cyprus and Greece have signed an initial agreement to lay the world’s longest underwater power cable linking their electricity grids. The memorandum of understanding on the 1,200-kilometer long EuroAsia Interconnector was signed in Nicosia by Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz with his Cypriot counterpart joined by their Greek counterpart on videoconference. Steinitz is slated on Tuesday to participate in a meeting in Egypt of the Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum. KAN reporter Naomi Segal heard more about the developments from Gabriel Mitchell, Director of External Relations at the Mitvim Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies, who first explained the cable project.