Bosnia and Herzegovina: e-cigarette regulation, May 2024

After the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Dayton Peace Agreement (1995) laid the foundation for the current political system and established Bosnia and Herzegovina as a state with two entities each with a high degree of autonomy: the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska.. Health policy decision-making is devolved to the entity/district level, and the two entities and the district (Brcko District) each have distinct laws on health-related issues.

This report provides detailed analysis of the current regulatory framework in place for e-cigarettes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, covering all policy areas from taxation and notification to advertising laws and product restrictions.

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Kristina Iashina

Junior legal analyst
Kristina holds a Masters Degree in International Law from Moscow State Linguistic University, Russia. In 2020 she completed a six-month exchange programme at the University of Malaga. She has worked as a legal secretary at the Ninth Arbitration Court of Appeal, Russia; and as a legal assistant in a law firm in Moscow.

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