Foreign Ministry workers escalate work sanctions again

June 18, 2013 20:09

The Foreign Ministry's worker's committee, engaged in a four-moth old work dispute, escalated sanctions yet again Tuesday, declaring that it will no longer deal with foreign visitors, including visiting prime ministers and foreign ministers.

The move came following a Finance Ministry directive to stop paying overtime hours, car allowance and per diem payments for ministry workers engaged in the work sanctions.The worker's committee also announced that it will no longer accept visitors either at the foreign ministry or in Israel's missions abroad.

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