Israel has today suspended dialogue with the EU after the UE adopted guidlines that propose that all goods manufactered in the territories that Israel illegally occupy that are destined for the EU not be allowed to be marked as 'made in Israel'. Story here. Israel on Wednesday suspended its diplomatic dialogue with the European Union in response to the EU's adoption of new guidelines for placing special labels on products produced by Israeli companies over the Green Line - in the West Bank, the Golan Heights and east Jerusalem. As part of the policy, such items produced beyond the Green Line will no longer be allowed to carry a 'Made in Israel' label in EU countries. The Foreign Ministry summoned the European Union’s Ambassador to Israel, Lars Faaborg-Andersen, for a discussion on the new settlement labeling guidelines on Wednesday. "During the meeting, Foreign Ministry representatives informed the ambassador that because of the recent EU decision, Israel is suspending its diplomatic dialogue with the EU in various forums in which it has meetings scheduled in the coming weeks," the Foreign Ministry stated. Israel's Foreign Ministry, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and politicians from across the political spectrum slammed the EU decision on Wednesday, claiming that the body was singling out Israel for special treatment.