Histadrut allows critical flights amid airline strike

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April 22, 2013 09:34

 
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Despite the ongoing airlines strike protesting approval of the Open Skies Agreement, a Histadrut labor federation committee approved a flight to Romania Sunday for 40 parents of children with cancer scheduled to take a vacation, Army Radio reported.

A delegation of Israel high school students slated to participate in an international robotics competition were also permitted to travel.

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