Ukrainian Government Implements National Equipment Registration Act

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Ukrainian Government Implements National Equipment Registration Act
Ukrainian government passes new law to combat illegal tobacco production and meet European integration obligations.

According to a report by Sud.Ua on April 26th, the Ukrainian government has announced that in order to prevent the production of illegal tobacco products and comply with Ukraine's obligations in European integration, the government has passed a law called "On the establishment of a unified national equipment registration procedure for tobacco, tobacco raw material processing equipment, or tobacco industry products manufacturing.


The implementation of this resolution will bring government regulations in line with the requirements of Law No. 481/95-BP, which specifies a clear list of tobacco product industry production equipment that must be included in a national registry. The Ukrainian government has stated that the implementation of this law will help reduce the production and circulation of illegal tobacco and tobacco products, ensuring that all taxes are fully collected in the national budget.


This is crucial for maintaining national security, as most of the revenue is used in the security and defense sectors. Registration in the equipment registry will begin 30 days after the effective date of the designated resolution.


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