Ukraine bans smoking, selling or advertising tobacco at UEFA Euro 2012 venues

May 2012
Russia & FSU General News;5/22/2012, p1
KYIV. May 22 (Sport-Express/Interfax) - The Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada has banned smoking, selling tobacco articles, or advertising them in any way at the venues of UEFA Euro 2012 by amending the law On Organizing and Holding the Final Part of the 2012 European Football Championship in Ukraine.


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