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UN recommends Georgia to hold tighter control over drugs2011-03-04 14:23
International Drug Control Union acting under the UN's aegis has revealed an annual report on the situation in the sphere of drug turnover control. According to the report cited by GHN, in 2010, representatives of the organization worked in ten world countries including Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Union experts stressed the most important points concerning the drug turnover in the country. The leading position is occupied by pharmaceuticals and drugs produced by crude methods.
According to the experts, Georgia has not yet got a clearly-stated and well-balanced national drug control policy, even despite the fact that the country has signed three international agreements on drugs control.
International Drug Control Union recommends Georgia to expand preventive measures in this field, as well as develop the most efficient and productive rehabilitation programs and programs aimed at social support of drug takers in Georgia.