Tobacco

Montenegro Bans the Smoking Indoors

Montenegro's law to restrict the use of tobacco products, which will ban smoking indoors, comes into force tomorrow, with fines of up to € 20,000 for violators.

A law banning the use of tobacco products in public areas, excluding casinos, was unanimously adopted on July 31st.

The new law does not allow smoking in any premises or areas where food and drinks are consumed.

About 1 300 000 Pieces of Smuggled Cigarettes Were Seized in July by the Customs Officers of the MP Kapitan Andreevo

In July, customs officers from the Directorate of Customs Intelligence and Investigation and the Southern Maritime Territorial Directorate detained 1,280,000 pieces / 64,000 boxes / duty-free cigarettes, 102 kg of smoking tobacco and 51 kg of hookah tobacco.

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