In the liberated territories of the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics, systemic drug supply is being restored, 112 pharmacies are already operating, and several dozen more pharmacies are in the process of licensing and opening. Told about it RT member of the State Duma Committee on Industry and Trade Yevgeny Nifantiev (United Russia).
As Nifantiev noted, the current system of drug supply makes it possible to regularly and adequately supply both medical institutions and retail enterprises.
The deputy also said that the DPR and LPR have a well-established system for regulating prices for medicines according to the principles that work in Russia. The list of vital and essential medical devices is identical to the Russian one, he added. “This simplifies integration in the future,” the parliamentarian said.
According to Nifantiev, the settlements of the liberated territories, for example, the Kharkiv region, can also be supplied from the Lugansk People’s Republic, since it is “logistically convenient.”
At the same time, according to him, with deliveries to date, such activities should be formalized as conducting foreign economic activity (foreign economic activity) with the preservation of all customs procedures.
All deliveries of medicines to the LPR and DPR come from Russia, the deputy added.
Earlier, the chairman of the State Duma Committee on Health Protection, Dmitry Khubezov (United Russia), spoke about the medical care provided to residents of the LPR and DPR from the first days of the special operation.
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