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The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyi, signed the law on restricting the sale of tobacco products and alcoholic beverages in Duty Free stores.
According to the draft law, the law will enter into force on September 1.
The law provides for restrictions on the sale by duty-free shops of alcoholic beverages to one person during one day in an amount exceeding 2 liters of alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content not exceeding 22%, or 1 liter of strong (with an alcohol content of more than 22%) alcoholic beverages .
Restrictions are also introduced on the sale of tobacco products to one person during one day in an amount exceeding 50 cigarettes or 10 cigars or 20 cigarillos (weighing no more than 3 grams each) or 50 grams of tobacco, or these products in set with a total weight of more than 50 grams.
Prepared by: Serhiy Daga