According to fed.az, the Azerbaijani government is requiring all e-cigarettes to be labeled with potential health risks in Azerbaijani on their packaging in order to comply with current regulations. This move is to protect the rights and health of consumers and ensure that people have the necessary information.
The Antiinhisar (Anti-monopoly and Consumer Market Regulator) attached to the country’s Ministry of Economy received a complaint about the lack of important information in Azerbaijani on the packaging of e-cigarettes.
According to the Law on Protection of Consumer Rights and Interests of Azerbaijan, retailers (producers) must provide consumers with the necessary and accurate information related to the characteristics of the goods they sell, the conditions of purchase, the use, storage and safe use of the goods. In accordance with Article 13 (1) of the Law, this includes providing consumers with necessary and accurate information on the characteristics of the use of goods, the conditions of access, the methods and rules for the use, storage and safe use of goods.
In accordance with Article 13, paragraph 3, of the Law, as well as Article 7.4 of the Law on the State Language of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Article 5.8 of the Rules on Commerce, Public Food, Family and Other Services of the Republic of Azerbaijan, labels and explanations of the names of goods translated from other languages into Azerbaijani must be in parallel with other languages.
In addition, under the Restriction of the Use of Tobacco Products Act, all smoke stoves and e-cigarettes are subject to the same legal restrictions as tobacco products. According to Article 14.3.4 of the Law on Tobacco and Tobacco Products, all imported tobacco products, including single-use e-cigarettes, must have a warning message in Azerbaijani on their packaging informing the public about their harmful effects on health.
Azerbaijan is located in Western Asia, bordering the Caspian Sea and the eastern shore of the Caspian Sea. It borders countries such as Russia, Georgia, Armenia, Iran and Turkey. The capital is Baku, which is the economic, political and cultural center of the country.
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