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    "UNAMI": Iraq's losses from fish resources are estimated at about 400 million dollars annually

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    "UNAMI": Iraq's losses from fish resources are estimated at about 400 million dollars annually Empty "UNAMI": Iraq's losses from fish resources are estimated at about 400 million dollars annually

    Post by Rocky Thu 30 Nov 2023, 6:48 am

    "UNAMI": Iraq's losses from fish resources are estimated at about 400 million dollars annually
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad 
    Today, Thursday (November 30, 2023), the United Nations Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) reported a loss of about $400 million annually due to the death of fish resources.
    UNAMI stated in a post on its Facebook account, followed by “Baghdad Today”, citing the World Health Organization that “Iraq’s losses from fish resources are estimated at about 400 million dollars annually,” noting that “the time has come to take immediate and decisive action on climate.”
    In July, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) warned that the historic marshes region in southern Iraq was experiencing “the hottest heat wave in 40 years,” also reporting a severe decline in water levels.
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