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According to the World Health Organization, alcohol intake in Russia has declined by 40% over the last 15 years, which has led to an 8.5-year increase in life expectancy.
The reduction is due to multiple factors, including extensive restrictions previously implemented by the government. For example, beer was reclassified as an alcoholic drink, 24-hour kiosks selling drinks were closed, and alcohol can only be purchased from licensed locations that must shut by 11pm. It was also made illegal to consume it on the streets, and fines are regularly issued for non-compliance.
Our praises, Russian government, for your wise decision to restrict the consumption of alcohol, and thus better protect your nation’s health. In the love of the Divine, may the use of all intoxicants soon cease as your citizens choose the healthy way.