Gush Etzion council leader to head Nature, Parks Authority

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December 18, 2011 17:05

 
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Newly appointed Israel Nature and Parks Authority head Shaul Goldstein seeks to further cooperation among Israel’s various environmental organizations as well as increase tourism in the country’s natural oases, he told The Jerusalem Post on Sunday.

Goldstein, currently the head of the Gush Etzion Regional Council, will begin his new post on Wednesday, after receiving approval from the cabinet on Sunday.

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