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New laws come into force in Russia from March 1

New laws come into force in Russia from March 1
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A number of new regulations came into force in Russia on March 1. One of them concerns unregistered drugs. FZ 475 allowed the import into the country of preparations containing narcotic or psychotropic substances in the event that the registered drugs are ineffective or cannot be used. 

As reportedNews", another innovation is the obligatory marking of shoes. All pairs that will be sold in Russian stores must have a special chip on the box. You can take a picture of it, and then use a smartphone to go to a special application and find out all the information about the manufacturer. 

Starting March 1, providers will stop charging for visiting sites of Russian government bodies. Payment system operators will be required to immediately inform customers about the blocking of funds in accounts and bank cards and indicate the reason for the blocking.
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