Russia's Novosibirsk Metro Shuts Down Vape Vendors at Stations

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Russia's Novosibirsk Metro Shuts Down Vape Vendors at Stations
Russia's Novosibirsk Metro has closed 46 shops selling e-cigarettes in 12 stations following a federal law banning nicotine sales.

According to a report by on September 13th, the prosecutorial authorities in the Russian region of Novosibirsk have recently conducted a large-scale inspection at subway stations, with a specific focus on the legality of the booths selling e-cigarettes and their presence within the subway stations.


According to the prosecution authorities, after coordinated efforts, the subway company of Novosibirsk Oblast has taken measures to close 46 stores selling nicotine products at 12 subway stations.


These e-cigarette stalls were closed due to a federal law. Starting from September 1,2023, the sale of nicotine products is prohibited at subway stations.


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