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Georgia receives first batch of medicines from Turkey

Georgia receives first batch of medicines from Turkey

The Georgian pharmaceutical market is already experiencing a decrease in prices for specific medicines, the Ministry of Health noted 03.03.2022, Sputnik Georgia

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TBILISI, March 3 – Sputnik. Georgia received 32 types of medicines from Turkey, the cost of which is much lower than their counterparts, the Imedi TV company reports. The pharmaceutical market of Georgia opened for Turkey in mid-January 2022, after the signing of the relevant government decree. The authorities expect that increased competition in the market will have a positive impact on prices. According to him, prices for 32 types of medicines have halved. At the first stage, the country mainly received medicines for the treatment of chronic diseases. They are available to the population in several network pharmacies of the country. By next week, the list of medicines will increase even more. Earlier, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said that importing cheap medicines from Turkey would be a great relief for citizens. According to him, high prices for medicines are absolutely unacceptable, that is why the government reacted accordingly and found a way out of the situation. Citizens of Georgia on social networks have repeatedly complained about the high prices for medicines, which cost three to four times less in neighboring Turkey. Subscribe to video news from Georgia on our YouTube channel.

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The Georgian pharmaceutical market is already experiencing a decrease in prices for specific medicines, the Ministry of Health noted

TBILISI, March 3 – Sputnik. Georgia received 32 types of medicines from Turkey, the cost of which is much lower than their counterparts, Imedi TV reported.

The pharmaceutical market of Georgia opened for Turkey in mid-January 2022, after the signing of the relevant government decree. The authorities expect that increased competition in the market will have a positive impact on prices.

“Next week, the Minister is scheduled to visit Turkey, where meetings will be held with the local Minister of Health and the head of the regulatory agency in order to simplify this process as much as possible,” Deputy Minister of Health Ilya Gudushauri said.

According to him, prices for 32 types of medicines have halved.

At the first stage, the country mainly received medicines for the treatment of chronic diseases. They are available to the public in several network pharmacies in the country.

By next week, the list of medicines will increase even more.

Earlier, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said that the import of cheap medicines from Turkey would be a great relief for citizens. According to him, high prices for medicines are absolutely unacceptable, which is why the government reacted accordingly and found a way out of the situation.

Many citizens of Georgia traveled to Turkey for medicines, because even taking into account travel expenses, the expenses are lower. Citizens of Georgia on social networks have repeatedly complained about the high prices for medicines, which cost three to four times less in neighboring Turkey.

Subscribe to video news from Georgia on our YouTube channel.

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