(ANSA) - ROME, SEP 6 - Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza on Monday called for the adoption of a 'one-health' approach on the second day of Health G20 in Rome.
"We want to invest in the One Health approach, looking at human beings, animals and the environment as a single ecosystem to respond to the health emergencies of today and tomorrow," Speranza said.
European Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides, meanwhile, described antibiotic resistance as a "silent pandemic" and said the issue should be included in an international agreement on preparation for, and responses to, pandemics. (ANSA).
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