阿联酋电子烟市场正蓬勃发展

  阿联酋电子烟市场正蓬勃发展

  虽然电子香烟和vaping在阿联酋被禁止,这些继续销售入无人之境,有许多网上商店兜售vaping用具阿联酋的居民。

  健康和预防阿联酋外交部重申,出售电子香烟的禁令仍在继续。任何一种vaping齿轮被带进该国在机场被查获。阿联酋支持不认可电子香烟,因为它认为没有确凿的医学研究证明,vaping,这是在2006年推出了世界卫生组织(WHO)的立场,不会对健康产生有害影响。

  博士Wedad铝Maidour,在卫生部控烟项目负责人告诉海湾新闻:“E-香烟禁止在阿联酋和vaping是非法的。我们没有获准对任何人作出可以在这里找到这些东西。“

  去年,有上出售电子香烟的规则宽松一些讨论时,阿联酋标准化与Meterology管理局(Esma旅馆)派出一个技术法律草案向世界贸易组织说明此步骤。

  然而,Maidour医生坚持她的立场:“有从Esma旅馆到,指出法律,禁止售卖香烟已经放宽该部没有签署的文件。一项法律草案是不是法律,如果vaping网站都是免费的网络广告和销售材料阿联酋居民,电信管理局(TRA)需要解释他们是如何得到他们的网站的许可证,并允许有这种在线广告和贸易禁用物质“。

  在海湾新闻声明中,TRA的发言人说:“TRA如下关于接入互联网,其中包括已批准禁止的内容类别列表,它是由双方授权,阿联酋电信和杜,其中应用了明确的政策,他们阻止访问的网站和含有属于这些类别的禁止范围内的物质页面。阻塞是基于确定下被禁止的内容类别下跌自动化过滤系统和块的网站。此外,网站拦截也是基于公众和政府实体以及台铁及持牌的个人努力的报告。

  “我们想澄清,TRA作用是协调的持牌人及有关政府实体之间的网站封锁在一个网站是违反本国法律和管辖权的案件。在这方面,TRA确保与政府实体持续协调,建立机制来报告此类网站,并采取适当行动对付他们。“

  该vaping网站正在钻了空子,因为它显然意味着只有当卫生和预防部注册的正式投诉,TRA将它有权采取行动。与此同时,迪拜的居民继续愉快地vape上。

  Vaping网站

  海湾新闻碰到所谓的迪拜者为Status.net(DV)一个蓬勃发展的在线vaping网站,描述自己是“第一次正式”网上商店vape迪拜。基于Beiruit,网站,拥有超过9000的注册用户,在vaping果汁和齿轮生意红红火火。所有的人需要的是被超过21岁到下订单自我认证。该设备是在一天之内的任何地方阿联酋交付。网站上的画廊是诱人的,具有异国情调的vaping用具以及它背后有公开宣称,到目前为止,DV已经参加到18,000的订单!

  当被问及vaping的非法地位,发言人谁去由哈拉的名字,写了海湾新闻:“在阿联酋Vaping是不是非法的,还有的是为犯罪者为Status.net或vaping活动,因为其中没有任何明确的阿联酋法律犯罪开始。我们从黎巴嫩贝鲁特操作,迎合了整个中东地区,包括迪拜“。

  当被问及以换取使得非法金融交易对于在阿联酋禁止用品,哈拉说:“我们所有的货物都通过国际快递发货,如果有任何东西是违法,阿联酋海关将到达终端客户之前停止“。

  什么是vaping

  Vaping是吸入并通过通过电池提供了个人汽化器呼出的液体尼古丁蒸汽的行为操作电子香烟,当一个人的打击就可以了。这些谁支持vaping认为它可以帮助成千上万的吸烟者的尼古丁deaddiction因为它可以帮助他们保持了香烟烟雾和其他吸入有害的化学物质,如灰,一氧化碳,吸烟cigratttes一样。

  全球19,441电子烟的用户2014年调查显示,他们对自己的健康最小的不利影响。这项研究的研究是由康斯坦丁博士Farsalionos,MD,从奥纳西斯心脏外科中心,雅典研究员,从帕特雷,希腊的大学进行,并于去年发表在国际环境研究与公共健康期刊。

  通过Suchitra巴杰帕伊乔杜里高级记者

  【原文如下】

  Saturday, Aug 13, 2016

  Dubai: While electronic cigarettes and vaping are banned in the UAE, these continue to be sold unhindered, with many online stores peddling vaping paraphernalia to UAE residents.

  The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention has reiterated that the ban on sale of e-cigarettes continues. Any kind of vaping gear that is brought into the country is seized at the airport. The UAE supports the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) stance which does not endorse e-cigarettes as it feels there is no conclusive medical research to prove that vaping, which was introduced in 2006, does not have a harmful impact on health.

  Dr Wedad Al Maidour, head of the Tobacco Control Programme at the ministry, told Gulf News: “E-cigarettes are banned in the UAE and vaping is illegal. We have not given permission to anyone to make this stuff available here.”

  Last year, there was some discussion on the easing of rules on sale of e-cigarettes when the Emirates Standardisation and Meterology Authority (Esma) sent a draft technical law to the World Trade Organisation indicating this step.

  However, Dr Maidour stuck to her stance: ”There is no signed document from Esma to the ministry that says that the law banning the sale of cigarettes has been relaxed. A draft law is not a law and if vaping websites are freely advertising online and selling material to UAE residents, the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) needs to explain how they got a licence for their website and allowed to have online advertising and trade of this banned substance.”

  In a statement to Gulf News, a TRA spokesperson said: “The TRA follows a clear policy with regard to access to the internet, which includes an approved list of prohibited content categories and it is applied by both licensees, etisalat and du, where they block access to websites and pages that contain substances that fall within these prohibited categories. The blocking is based on automated filtration systems that identify and block websites that fall under the prohibited content categories. Moreover, website blocking is also based on reports from the public and governmental entities as well as the TRA and licensees’ personal effort.

  “We would like to clarify that the TRA role is to coordinate the blocking of websites between the licensees and concerned governmental entities in cases where a website is in violation of their laws and jurisdiction. In this regard, the TRA ensures continuous coordination with governmental entities to establish mechanisms to report such websites and take proper action against them.”

  The vaping websites are taking advantage of the loophole as it clearly means only if the Ministry of Health and Prevention registers a formal complaint to the TRA will it be empowered to act. In the meanwhile, Dubai residents continue to happily vape on.

  Vaping website

  Gulf News came across a thriving online vaping website called Dubai Vapers (DV), describing itself as the “first official” online vape store for Dubai. The Beiruit-based website, with more than 9000 registered users, is doing brisk business in vaping juice and gear. All one needs is a self-certification of being over 21 years of age to place orders. The devices are delivered anywhere in the UAE within a day. The gallery on the website is enticing, with exotic vaping paraphernalia and those behind it have openly declared that so far DV has attended to 18,000 orders!

  When questioned about the illegal status of vaping, a spokesperson who went by the first name of Hala, wrote to Gulf News: “Vaping in the UAE is not illegal and there is no clear UAE law that criminalises vapers or vaping activity as there is nothing criminal to begin with. We operate from Beirut, Lebanon and cater to the whole of the Middle East, including Dubai.”

  When questioned about making illegal financial transactions in exchange for supplies that are banned in the UAE, Hala commented: “All our shipments are shipped via international couriers and if there was anything illegal in it, UAE customs would have stopped it before reaching the end customers.”

  What is vaping

  Vaping is the act of inhaling and exhaling vapours of liquid nicotine through a personal vaporiser that is delivered through a battery operated e-cigarette when an individual blows on it. Those who support vaping argue that it can help thousands of smokers in nicotine deaddiction as it helps them stay off cigarettes and smoke and from inhaling other harmful chemicals such as ash, and carbon monoxide that smoking cigratttes does.

  A 2014 survey of 19,441 e-cigarette users worldwide indicated that they had the minimal adverse effect on their health. The research of this study was conducted by Dr Konstantinos Farsalionos, MD, researcher from the Onassis Cardiac Surgery Centre, Athens, and from the University of Patra, Greece, and published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health last year.

  By Suchitra Bajpai Chaudhary Senior Reporter

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