Final meeting between Holocaust survivors’ representatives and government officials before Sunday meeting with Prime Minister Ehud Olmert ends with no significant results. Sources say some issues worked out

Yael Branovsky Published: 08.17.07, 10:50 / Israel News

A meeting between representatives of Holocaust survivors and government officials that was held Thursday evening on the dispute over allowence budgets for survivors ended without significant results. The teams did manage to reach compromises on a few issues, but most of the main controversial matters remained unsolved.

This was the last meeting between the teams before the survivors’ representatives meet with Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Sunday. Olmert is expected to make the final decisions in negotiations on the serious issues.