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Joint Statement EC and UNEP on priority areas on environment presented in Nairobi

The EC released a joint statement on cooperation on priority areas on environment at a press conference held on Wednesday, 23rd February 2011 in UNEP, Nairobi

23.02.2011 |IPEN Network




The EC released a joint statement on cooperation on priority areas on environment at a press conference held on Wednesday, 23rd February 2011 in UNEP, Nairobi. Harmful substances and hazardous waste is one of the areas of cooperation. Please find attached the full statement.

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