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In 2018, Russia ranked first in the number of cigarettes smoked per capita and was the fifth among the most Smoking countries of the world. This is stated in the report of the project “Sober Russia”, reports TASS.
So, last year, the Russians have smoked 300 billion cigarettes. It is noted that on average smokers are the Russians still smoke 2 thousand cigarettes a year. The day of Russian men need approximately 20 cigarettes, and women 15.
More than 20 percent of the respondents started Smoking in adolescence (14-15 years). Among respondents aged 14 to 18 years smoke 40% of boys and about 7 percent of girls.
In the first three ranking of the most Smoking countries also includes China and South Korea — there is still smoke of 5.2 and 4.8 cigarettes per day per capita. The rating also there are Japan, Turkey, Germany, Indonesia, USA, Philippines and India.
Federal project “Sober Russia” started in 2012. Its goal is “the creation of a society free from alcohol and drug addiction”. To solve this problem, the project attracts a different public and political forces.
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