E-cigarettes are currently legal in Slovenia, but the use of them is prohibited in certain public places and on public transportation, as well as in private vehicles where minors under 18 years are present.
In April 2016, Slovenia introduced quite a substantial tax of €0.18 (USD$0.21) per mL of e-liquid, which may prompt higher prices with some retailers. This tax was implemented purely to discourage smokers from switching to e-cigarettes.
Slovenia abides by the EU TPD, and as such, nicotine content of e-liquid must be less than or equal to 20mg/mL, single use e-cigarettes as well as e-cigarette tanks must not exceed 2mL, and volume of refill bottles must not exceed 10mL.
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Slovenia became a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on June 13, 2005.
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