Conference on "Environment for Europe" (Lucerne, 28-30 April 1993 adopts Declaration
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Unknown author (1993). Conference on "Environment for Europe" (Lucerne, 28-30 April 1993 adopts Declaration. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/53571
International digest of health legislation 1993 ; 44(3) : 522-528
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