Despite Sanctions, Israeli Lawmakers Hold Late Night Meeting to Maintain Moscow Flight Route

El Al was notified that due to sanctions imposed on Russia over Ukraine, aircraft flying the Tel Aviv-Moscow route would no longer be insured ■ Three lawmakers approve $2 billion government guarantee

Avi Bar-Eli
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The Knesset Finance Committee convened at 1 A.M. early Thursday for an unscheduled, expedited session to provide El Al Airlines a government guarantee so that it can continue flying between Israel and Russia.

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