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Entrepreneurs try to get EEU certificate using forged documents

Entrepreneurs in Kyrgyzstan are trying to get EEU certificate of conformity of the goods using forged documents. Tolo Isakov, Director of the Department for Prevention of Diseases and Expertise of the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic told at a press conference.

According to him, 5 technical regulations that come into force on August 12 relate to the healthcare system. They are about safety of toys, products for children, diet food, cosmetics and tobacco products.

«The specialists of EEU highly appraised the work of the laboratory. However, we raised other $260,000 to purchase the equipment. Many entrepreneurs submit forged documents for obtaining a certificate. We have to check their authenticity, so the procedure is delayed," Tolo Isakov said.