E-cigarettes currently appear to be legal in Serbia, and the country’s strict ban on smoking in public places does not currently seem to apply to e-cigarette use.
In 2015, the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia introduced a tax on all e-liquid of RSD4 (USD$0.04) per mL.
Apart from this information, if Serbia does in fact have further laws and regulations on e-cigarettes they are not currently available online. We suggest you check with any public venues such as bars and restaurants before you use your e-cigarette.
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Serbia became a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on May 9, 2006.
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This country’s legal measures were reviewed by our staff. No in-country lawyers or tobacco control experts reviewed our analysis.