Israel's Foreign Ministry employees step up sanctions, aim to ground ministers' trips abroad
Intensifying their labor dispute, the committee has instructed staff to stop handling Israeli ministerial trips abroad; the first in line to suffer from the sanctions: Finance Minister Yair Lapid.
Israel's Foreign Ministry employees have intensified their protest this week, focusing now on efforts to "ground" Israeli ministers' flights abroad as part of a labor dispute with the government over their eroding salaries.
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