Facilities destroyed in Gaza conflict will take months to repair: UN
United Nations humanitarian chief Valerie Amos has reportedly said that the UN's infrastructure in Gaza which has been destroyed in the conflict will take months to repair.
Amos made the statement while speaking to the press on Sunday at the beginning of a two-day visit for holding dialogues with Iranian officials on the humanitarian crises unleashed by the conflicts in Gaza, Syria and Iraq, reported News 24.
About 97 UNRWA installations including, health facilities and food distribution centers and schools have been destroyed in the conflict that began on July 8, the report added.
(Posted on 18-08-2014)
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