Mayor of Gorno-Altaysk City in Russia Expresses Concern About Widespread Use of E-Cigarettes
According to a report from Russian website Asfera on November 15th, Olga Savronova, the mayor of Gorno-Altaysk city in Russia, has voiced her concern about the widespread use of e-cigarettes in the city, particularly among minors. The mayor took to her social media channel to address the issue and express her worries regarding the growing popularity of e-cigarettes, especially among the younger population.
Despite the ban on smoking in public places, 194 individuals have been fined this year in Gorno-Altaysk for violating administrative regulations. Mayor Savronova emphasized the need for the government to take action and has committed to working on the development of a strategy to tackle this issue.
Reports indicate that the number of smokers in Gorno-Altaysk has been on the rise due to the increasing popularity of e-cigarettes, a concern that has been noticed by city authorities. This issue was discussed during a city council meeting focused on promoting a healthy lifestyle, highlighting the seriousness with which it is being treated.
In response to the growing problem, the mayor has announced plans to implement a series of measures to address it. Additionally, citizens have been invited to share their opinions and ideas on the matter, fostering a sense of community involvement and collaboration in finding a solution.
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