Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

The Kremlin Moves to Ban Drinking While Traveling

Montag 30. April 2012 von htm

Russia’s love for booze took another hit this week, as the government moved to ban the sale of strong alcoholic beverages on passenger trains. A new regulation that took effect last month outlawed the sale of strong alcoholic beverages at catering facilities located in public transport and commuter trains, as well as on trains plying long distance routes. Experts say the measure, which is being touted by transportation officials as part of a radical overhaul of rail travel, would deny Russians the right to drink vodka while traveling, a favorite pastime for many since the Soviet times. …
(Source: Alcohol Reports, News 16/2012) Russia Profile, 04/12/2012

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