Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will lead the Greek delegation to the Trilateral Summit of Greece, Cyprus and Egypt taking place on Tuesday in Nicosia, at the presidential palace of the Cyprus Republic.

The Greek premier will be accompanied by the ministers of Foreign Affairs (including the deputy FM for overseas Greeks), Digital Policy and Telecommunications, Environment and Energy, and Tourism.

Topics on the agenda include the delineation of the Exclusive Economic Zone, defence and tourism collaborations, and regional developments.

Greece and Cyprus are holding trilateral meetings with countries in the eastern Mediterranean - Israel, Palestine, Lebanon and Jordan - to strengthen relations and provide a source of stability in the area. Greece is also reaching out to Iran and improving relations with the United Arab Emirates.

Tsipras' agenda includes trilateral as well as individual meetings with the president of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiadis and the president of Egypt Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi. A press conference with the three leaders is scheduled for 12:45, to be followed by a luncheon for delegations at 13:25.

Tsipras and Al-Sisi are scheduled to depart from the presidential palace in Nicosia at 15:00.