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Russia's general prosecutor office finds 18,000 violations of law in drug procurement

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Russia's general prosecutor's office, specialists from the federal antimonopoly service and other officials have conducted an audit of the procurement of medicines, medical products and medical equipment and found 18,000 violations of law. Tatyana Golikova, the minister of health and social development, and Elena Telnova, the acting head of Roszdravnadzor, Russia's federal service on surveillance in healthcare and social development, received submissions to restore the order.

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