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Speaking of the Russian Vape market, many people have an impression of how popular it was before. On June 24, 2016, the two-time Vape exhibition in Moscow, Russia was held at the Sokoniki International Exhibition Center. The opening scene was very popular vape, and the audience lined up from the entrance to the road for more than one kilometer.

   However, one of the fastest growing countries in the world for Vape products has also begun to control Vape.

   According to the Russian Satellite News Agency on July 9, the Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation Viktor Yevtukhov stated that there will be no separate legislation to regulate the Vape market, and the existing so-called “anti-smoking law” will regulate it.

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When participating in the “International Innovation Industry Exhibition in 2018”, Ye Futukhov said: “According to the decision made, the Vape market will be regulated by the “Anti-Tobacco Law”. However, the law will set out separate provisions to regulate the Vape field. “

   At the end of January, the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade submitted a number of draft laws on the management of the Vape market. In June, the spokesperson of Russian Deputy Prime Minister Kozak stated that the proposal of separate legislation to manage the Vape field failed to receive the support of the Deputy Prime Minister.

   According to, according to the survey, 32% of Russian residents have a habit of smoking. Among them, 20% smoke at least one pack of OBS cigarettes a day. In March this year, it was proposed that the task of supervising and implementing the “Anti-Tobacco Law” in Russia should be delegated to local governments for implementation.

Since 2013, Russia has gradually promoted and implemented the “Anti-Tobacco Law”, which prohibits smoking in public places, including cultural and sports venues, learning, higher education institutions, hospitals, beaches, children’s entertainment yooz venues, sports fields, Smoking in railway stations and airports. According to the Russian Ministry of Health, the anti-tobacco bill has reduced tobacco use by 25%.