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WHO expert: Situation in Serbia tragic, measures considered

BELGRADE - The situation in Serbia is tragic, and the World Health Organization (WHO) is assessing the current state, primarily in relation to the supply of drinking water and sanitary conditions so as to propose measures for public health prevention, WHO senior official Oliver Schmoll said in a statement to Tanjug.

WHO expert: Situation in Serbia "tragic"

WHO expert: Situation in Serbia "tragic"

BELGRADE -- The World Health Organization is assessing the current situation in Serbia primarily when it comes to the supply of drinking water and sanitary conditions.

The organization is doing so as to propose measures for public health prevention, WHO senior official Oliver Schmoll said in a statement to Tanjug.

Bulgaria's Air Pollution Levels Remain Highest in Europe – WHO

Bulgaria remains the leader in the European Union in terms of air pollution, according to the World Health Organization.

The highest concentration of the two main types of particulates has been measured in Bulgaria, the WHO latest data has showed. Poland and Romania rank second and third in the negative rating.

7 Million People Die of Air Pollution Annually – WHO Report

One in eight of total global deaths is the result of air pollution exposure, according to the new World Health Organization report, released Tuesday.

This finding more than doubles previous estimates and confirms that air pollution is now the world's largest single environmental health risk. Reducing air pollution could save millions of lives.

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