Disposables and packaging next up on the agenda after Slovenia passes flavour ban

Slovenia could move to ban disposables and put all vaping products in plain packaging, according to comments from a minor party in the country’s governing coalition.

The Left party, which forms part of the three-party ruling coalition and holds 5 of their 53 Assembly seats, has issued a statement in which it welcomed the latest development and said disposables as well as plain packaging should be the next port of call.

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