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Siberian alcohol take under tight control

Russian Deputy Prosecutor General Ivan Semchishin instructed prosecutors entities in the Siberian Federal District to strengthen supervision in the production and sale of alcoholic beverages, the press service of the Prosecutor General.

In connection with the mass poisoning and death of the inhabitants of the Irkutsk region as a result of the use of realized trade organizations surrogate alcohol products Semchishin instructed prosecutors to "take steps to tighten control over the circulation of alcohol means the identification of the production and sale of illegal alcohol and alcohol-containing products, including kiosks, stalls through vending machines. "

According to the Ministry of Health of the Irkutsk region, as a result of poisoning bath concentrate "Hawthorn", containing methyl alcohol, suffered 118 people and 72 deaths.

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