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The sale of alcohol in small bars was banned in the Amur region

The sale of alcohol in small bars was banned in the Amur region
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In the Amur Region, the sale of alcohol in bars with an area of ​​up to 40 "squares" has been banned. The ban comes into force in May.

According to the press service of the Legislative Assembly, the corresponding bill was adopted in the final version. The ban works for the so-called "liqueurs", which are located in apartment buildings and in courtyards that sell alcohol around the clock.

Today, 824 catering points are registered in the Amur Region. 128 of them are licensed to sell alcohol. There are 23 public catering facilities in apartment buildings and in the adjacent territories, including those selling beer, which does not require a license - all with an area of ​​up to 40 sq. meters.

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