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Kazakhstan: The Smoking Market Association has asked the authorities not to ban vaping products but to tighten the current legal framework instead, media reports.
Kazakhstan: The Mazhilis (lower chamber of parliament) has adopted a bill prohibiting the import, production, and sale of vapes, media reports. The bill will now be considered
Kazakhstan: Several members of the Mazhilis (lower chamber of the Parliament) have proposed an amendment prohibiting tobacco companies in Kazakhstan from engaging in
Kazakhstan: According to a Ministry of Health representative, the ministry has developed a bill seeking to ban the circulation of e-cigarettes. The bill is
Kazakhstan: At the plenary session of the Mazhilis (lower chamber) on Wednesday (11th October), members of Parliament (MPs) drew attention to the delay on
Kazakhstan: Members of the Mazhilis (lower chamber of parliament) have told the prime minister that they disagree with the idea of banning vaping
Kazakhstan: The Ministry of National Economy published for public consultation a consultative document of regulatory policy to the draft of the Tax Code. The consultation will
Kazakhstan: The government intends to introduce an e-cigarette ban from 1st January 2024, media reports. International public health experts have reportedly expressed concern
Kazakhstan: A petition against Kazakhstan's e-cigarette ban gained over 100,000 signatures, media reports. In a briefing at the National Press Club, Tatyana Fominova,
Kazakhstan: According to a member of Parliament from the small opposition party Republic, a government Interdepartmental Commission has decided to completely ban the
Kazakhstan: Opposition deputy Nurgul Tau has asked ministers to consider a complete ban on the sale of vaping products, media reports. While this
Kazakhstan: The Ministry of Health has drawn up a proposed decree on graphic warnings about the dangers of using heated tobacco products, e-cigarettes
Kazakhstan: The Health Code specifies that manufacturers and importers of e-cigs and e-liquids must submit reports on the results of laboratory tests on
Kazakhstan: The tax rate for nicotine e-liquids has changed from 1st January to KZT53 ($0.12) per ml.
Kazakhstan: Following a recent proposal to ban vapour products, the harm reduction association Densaulyk says not all e-cigarettes should be banned, but only disposables,
Kazakhstan: The period for providing feedback on the proposal "on Amendments and Additions to Certain Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on
Kazakhstan: A bill that would change the law on a number of health issues, including banning the circulation of e-cigarettes in Kazakhstan, has
Kazakhstan: The League of Consumers of Kazakhstan held a round table that brought together representatives of all interested parties and government agencies to
Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU): The Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission decided last week to introduce traceability marking for e-cigarettes throughout the EAEU.
Kazakhstan: The concept of harm reduction, as well as the regulation of new nicotine products, has been discussed at the first Eurasian nicotine
Kazakhstan: An online petition against a possible ban on the sale and use of e-cigarettes has so far been signed by 6,772 people,
Kazakhstan: The Mazhilis (lower chamber) of the Parliament adopted a bill in the second reading to introduce changes to the Tax Code, media
Kazakhstan: Yesterday (25th May), during the plenary session of the Mazhilis (lower chamber) of the Parliament, the minister of national economy, Alibek Kuantirov,
Kazakhstan: Disposable e-cigarettes will not be banned in Kazakhstan yet, media reports. According to the reports, the Ministry of Health has decided to
Kazakhstan: The chair of the State Revenue Committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan answered the question on the
Kazakhstan: The Ministry of Health has confirmed to ECigIntelligence that the maximum level of nicotine content in e-liquids is 1 mg/ml. Laboratory tests