Thursday, 24 Jan 2019

Very strange, the fans of World Cup can bring cocaine to Russia, this is the reason


World Cup in RussiaWorld Cup in Russia -  For this periode, World Cup will held in Russia. But now, some strange Russian rules are coming to light as the competition draws nearer.

One of them are World Cup fans in Russia may get to use cocaine at the stadium, but that is provided they have a doctor's note.  Now, the Eurasian Economic Union now groups five ex-Soviet republics and produces rules that covering everything from medicine to flowers and pets.

And of course, the foreign visitors to one of the five nations can bring in narcotics as mood-altering drugs.

But the regulations do say that all 383 substances are legal as long as the user has a prescription from doctor that has been translated into Russian and properly notarised. The list of substances legalised by the regulation includes hard drugs such as cocaine and heroin as well as the much softer marajuana.

The World Cup organising committee said security personnel will check for narcotics at the stadiums and only allow in the drugs that covered by the paperwork.

Beside can to bring drugs to the stadium, the fans can to smoke during matches. And Russia will also be selling beer made by an official World Cup sponsor.

Yevgeny Brun, the  health ministry's addiction psychiatrist in Russia told as quoted from Izvestia, "All of this is bad. I do not think that people who come to the World Cup will start dealing marijuana. I am in shock."

He added that things could turn especially nasty at the stadiums. And also to having a boozy party outside the arena may be more problematic.

A Moscow government rule announced this week said the sales restriction will cover alcohol and refreshment drinks in glass containers. And alcohol will not be sold within a two-kilometre (1.2-mile) radius from stadiums and fan zones in Moscow throughout the tournament.


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