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Regulations for pictorial warnings in Kyrgyzstan were developed by the Ministry of Health in August 2008 and were intended to be implemented by April 1, 2009. However, the order was overturned by the Minister of Justice in January 2009. Therefore, there are no current plans to implement pictorial labels shown on this site. Kyrgyzstan’s current warning policy requires that packs carry text warnings covering 52% of the front and back of the packages.

Legislation and Regulations

Kyrgyzstan’s Legislation Library

Health Warnings

Warnings used in Testing and Development**

Kyrgyzstan 2008 ETS Baby - targets pregnant women, quitline info
ETS – Baby
Kyrgyzstan
2008
Kyrgyzstan 2008 ETS Child - child secondhand smoke, quitline info
ETS – Child
Kyrgyzstan
2008
Kyrgyzstan 2008 Health Effecrs Mouth - mouth cancer, quitline info
Health Effects – Mouth
Kyrgyzstan
2008

Kyrgyzstan 2008 Health Effects Heart - myocardial infarction, heart image, quitline info
Health Effects – Heart
Kyrgyzstan
2008
Kyrgyzstan 2008 Health Effects Lung - lung cancer, quitline info
Health Effects – Lung
Kyrgyzstan
2008
Kyrgyzstan 2008 Health Effects Sex - impotence, clever, quitline info
Health Effects – Sex
Kyrgyzstan
2008
Kyrgyzstan 2008 Health Effects Stroke - brain image, quitline info
Health Effects – Stroke
Kyrgyzstan
2008
Kyrgyzstan 2008 Health Effects Wrinkles - premature senility, quitline info
Health Effects – Wrinkles
Kyrgyzstan
2008

** The images contained in this gallery are subject to Kyrgyzstan’s copyright laws. Any duplication, reproduction, or use without the express consent of said party is prohibited. Countries should be contacted individually for usage of images.