By United Nations

This document and its findings are in keeping with box paintings via a group of overseas specialists deployed by way of UNEP following its Governing Council's choice 25/12 in February 2009, asking for UNEP to evaluate the environmental harm and perform an monetary assessment of the rehabilitation and recovery of our environment within the Gaza Strip following the escalation of hostilities in December 2008 and past due January 2009.

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