New Delhi: Concerned over the fact that many parts of Europe may get affected by malaria due to climate change, India and the European Union have joined hands in evolving strategies for control of the disease, which is affecting 219 million people in developing countries. "The European Commission as part of the global effort to fight poverty and to reach the Millennium Development Goals has invested millions of euros into seeking ways to control this major public health problem," an EU release said here today.
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