Occupied South Ossetia seizes medicines with annotation in Georgian language
Occupied South Ossetia seizes medicines with annotation in Georgian language

Medicines with annotation in Georgian language were seized from pharmacies in Russian-occupied South Ossetia, Russian media outlet reports.

The seized medicines include Voltaren, Flu Cold, Crestor, Hemoral, Tolarin Plus, etc.

As Russian media says, the pharmacies were inspected in accordance with a government decree aimed at suppressing the sale of medicines made in Georgia.

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