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Tbilisi disclaims sending expired medicines to Kyrgyzstan2010-06-22 18:03
The Ministry of Labour, Health Care and Social Protection of Georgia disclaimed information about 70 per cent of medicines, sent by Tbilisi to Osh [Kyrgyzstan] as a humanitarian aid, were expired - Trend.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The press service highlighted most of the medicines expire in 2012-2013.
"These are medicines from one consignment, and, perhaps, there is a misunderstanding," an unnamed source said.
Previously Victor Chernomorets, the commission member, stated the inspection revealed most of the medicines were from post-Soviet times.