Israel Railways said Sunday that they intend to ask a judge to write an injunction preventing employees to go on strike after labor negotiations broke down earlier this week.
"The railway administration will do everything in its power to prevent our passengers from being harmed, including applying for an urgent injunction against actions of the employees," reads a statement released by Israel Railways.
Israel Railway workers announced their intention to strike earlier this week when the two parties failed to reach an agreement after a year-and-a-half of negotiations.
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