70,000 tonnes of waste are piled up in Gaza

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GAZA – The mayor of Gaza Yahya Al-Sarraj, warned of the accumulation of garbage in the streets, in front of hospitals, and in the centers for displaced refugees, which threatens the spread of diseases and epidemics among citizens.اضافة اعلان

In his statements to the press, he mentioned that approximately 70,000 tonnes of waste are piled up in these areas, Khaberni reported.

Sarraj pointed out that the continuation of the aggression and the fuel crisis pose a challenge to providing basic services to citizens. He called on the international community to urgently intervene and provide fuel, electricity generators, and machinery dedicated to removing rubble, opening streets, and providing water and sanitation services to citizens.

Sarraj had previously stated that the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) deliberate bombed and destroyed most of the heavy and medium machinery that works in municipal services, at a time when the municipality already suffers from a severe shortage of machinery.

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