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MOSCOW, June 5 (Itar-Tass) - The head of Russia’s federal drug control service FSKN, Viktor Ivanov has said that restrictions must be imposed on the free market circulation of laughing gas. At the same time he is against a complete ban.
“In fact the laughing gas is not a narcotic drug. We have addressed the government with a proposal for establishing certain rules of trade in laughing gas,” he said on Wednesday.
Ivanov recalled that at the moment laughing gas can be sold and purchased freely. Earlier, drug police warned that drug addicts were using laughing gas ever more often.