Ukraine Implements Consumption Tax on Disposable E-Cigarettes

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Ukraine Implements Consumption Tax on Disposable E-Cigarettes
Ukraine imposes consumption tax on disposable e-cigarettes following recent legislation signed by President Volodymyr Zelensky.

According to reports from Ukrainian media, the Dnipro-Petrovsk Tax Office of the Ukrainian Tax Authority has issued a warning stating that disposable e-cigarette products will soon be subject to consumption tax.


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky recently approved Bill No. 8287, which will impose an electronic consumption tax on e-cigarettes and other tobacco products, including e-cigarette liquid, starting from January 1, 2026.


Ukraine announced this July that, starting from July 11th, a ban on all e-cigarettes (ENDS) with flavors other than tobacco will be implemented.


In addition, starting from January 11, 2024, Ukraine will require warning texts and images to be displayed within 65% of the packaging on both sides. Violators will face fines of 30,000 Ukrainian hryvnia (812 US dollars), with subsequent violations carrying fines of 50,000 Ukrainian hryvnia.



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