v. 19 – Q3 2021

Market Executive Summary Anticipating regional effort to develop legislation on falsified medicine under the umbrella of Eurasian Economic Union (Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan), to align with Russian Federation.

Following EAEU rules for medicines registration and assessments (from 2018).
March 2019: Agreement of EAEU countries on medicines labelling by identification means.
August 2019: EUEA meeting to uniform serialization norms among member countries according to Russia example. Further discussions have been foreseen.

Registration of medicinal products may be performed by the decision of Applicant either under the “national” procedure until 31 December 2020, or under the “uniform” EAEU procedure; and only under the “uniform” procedure of the EAEU after December 31, 2020.

March 2021: EAEU approved the basic technological organizational model of the system for marking goods by means of identification.

As per CRPT (Russian Operator) sources as well as series of working meetings of Russian authorities with Kirgiz representatives, for continuing collaboration to develop the marking system in Kyrgyzstan, as per agreement between the governments of states on the provision of free of charge technical assistance to Kyrgyzstan.

Key Dates
  • July 1, 2021: mandatory labelling of tobacco and alcohol, work on medicines’ labelling system went unsuccessfully for now (mistake of Ministry of Health as per Cabinet of Ministers of Kyrgyzstan)
  • January 1, 2021: registration of medicinal products can be performed only under the uniform EAEU procedure
  • June 25, 2020: CJSC “Alfa Telecom” is appointed to be the operator of the national system of labelling and traceability of marked goods (reported by State Tax Service).
  • October 29, 2019: By Resolution of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic No. 579 “On Approval of the Interim Rules for the Regulation of Prices for Medicinal Products in the Kyrgyz Republic”, within the framework of Government’s Action Plan for 2019-2023, the procedure for regulating prices for medicinal products in circulation in territory of the Republic has been developed.
  • August 2, 2017: Law 165 defines that marking requirements will be the same on the territory of Kyrgyzstan

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