Inspectors didn’t find Yugoslav “Lovcen”


“Not one of the controlled 12 retail objects had the aforementioned cigarettes”, it was said by the representatives of the Market inspection. 

This inspection has done 849 inspection controls from the beginning of the year till the 1st of September, during which 33 irregularities were found that are related to selling cigarettes without license, not having the mark for the ban of selling cigarettes to juveniles and not having records of the procurement of the goods. 

According to media reports in August, in Podgorica’s suburb Zabjelo, on the street but in some retail objects too, cigarettes “Lovcen” could be bought with excise stamps of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. 

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