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Georgia: e-cigarette regulation, June 2023

Georgian legislation regulates only nicotine-containing e-cigs and e-liquids, while nicotine-free products are subject to consumer laws. The nicotine cap for e-liquids is 20 mg/ml. Online sales are prohibited.

Since Georgia has EU-related aspirations, its legal framework may be further adjusted to the upcoming revision of the EU Tobacco Products Directive.

This report provides a detailed overview of the regulatory framework currently in place in Georgia for e-cigarettes, covering all policy areas from product and packaging restrictions, to advertising and taxation.

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Dmytro Korchahin

Senior legal analyst
Dmytro holds a masters degree in International and European Union Law from Vilnius University, Lithuania. He also has a masters in law from the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University, Ukraine and in the management of foreign economic activity from V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine. In 2019 he completed a four-month Erasmus+ exchange programme at the University of Barcelona, Spain. He started his PhD studies in EU environmental law at Vilnius University in 2021.

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