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Shin Young said: “Environmental pollution and climate change are among the greatest threats to health in our Region. With the establishment of the WHO Asia-Pacific Centre for Environment and Health in the Western Pacific Region, we will be able to step up our support to countries so that they can better protect people’s health. Having the Centre in Seoul will offer mutual benefits to WHO and the Government of Korea and City of Seoul,” External link

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Shin Young Soo said: “Environmental pollution and climate change are among the greatest threats to health in our Region. With the establishment of the WHO Asia-Pacific Centre for Environment and Health in the Western Pacific Region, we will be able to step up our support to countries so that they can better protect people’s health. Having the Centre in Seoul will offer mutual benefits to WHO and the Government of Korea and City of Seoul,” External link

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Cho Myung rae said: “The Korean Government is hosting the WHO Asia-Pacific Centre for Environment and Health in the Western Pacific Region to protect the population’s health from environmental hazards such as fine dust, hazardous chemicals and climate change. The Ministry of Environment will give strong support to ensure the WHO Centre contributes to improving environmental health policies in the Region, like the WHO Bonn Centre has done for European countries, with the development of WHO guidelines on air quality,” External link

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Park Won-soon said: “I have worked with WHO for many years and long been committed to making cities healthier. I’m delighted now to provide a home for WHO in Seoul. Above all else, Seoul’s citizens value the beautiful natural environment surrounding our cityits waterways, mountains, green fields and clean air. We must do everything we can to protect them and the health of our citizens. We will do our best to ensure the WHO Asia-Pacific Centre for Environment and Health in the Western Pacific Region becomes a regional centre of excellence in the field of environment and health,” External link

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Shin Young Soo added: “We’ve taken some huge strides forward in the battle against infectious diseases. Noncommunicable diseases remain a major challenge, but countries in this Region are leading the world in action to address risk factors like tobacco,” External link

who-wpro Monday, October 8, 2018 12:46:00 PM CEST

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