The tripartite cooperation mechanism involving Egypt, Greece, and Cyprus was held at the ministerial level during the high-level meetings of the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York. The accompanying discussions featured the presence of Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry along with his Greek and Cypriot counterparts Giorgos Gerapetritis and Constantinos Kombos. Foreign Ministry Spokesman, Ahmed Abu Zeid, indicated the meeting underscored the keenness of the ministers on reinforcing the strategic ties of the three countries. The tripartite mechanism serves as a platform for discussing a variety of regional and international topics. During the meeting, Shoukry affirmed this point. The ministers reviewed the progress achieved in several joint projects in spheres ranging from energy, tourism, transportation, to agriculture. They also emphasised the significance of boosting coordination within the scope of the Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF). Other topics centered on significant issues, including the latest developments in the Libyan crisis, the situation in Syria, the Sudanese crisis, and the developments in the Palestinian territories. Shourky also drew attention to the developments in the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) negotiations and emphasised the cruciality of reaching a legally binding agreement on the filling and operation of the dam.