Uzbekistan Pharma Serialization Begins Feb. 1, 2022
The Republic of Uzbekistan's Cabinet of Ministers issued Resolution No. 149 on April 2, 2022, which was titled "On the Introduction of a System of Mandatory Digital Labelling of Medicines and Medical Devices." The proposal calls for a system of mandatory digital labelling to be phased in between 2022 and 2025, taking into account categories of medications (with the exception of drugs) and medical devices. It is the most recent deadline for compliance in the nation's campaign for serialisation and digital marking legislation, which will have an impact on a variety of industries.
The four classes into which the products that will be labelled are the following:
- Group-1: Pharmaceuticals packaged in secondary (external) form (excluding orphan medications)
- Group-2: Pharmaceutical drugs in main (internal) packaging (assuming that there is no secondary (external) packaging) (except orphan drugs)
- Group-3: a) Medications listed in the registry of medications with international registrations, the results of which are recognised in Uzbekistan.
b) medications and medical equipment for orphan diseases (in accordance with the list approved by the Ministry of Health)
- Group-4: In accordance with the Ministry of Health's list of approved medicinal supplies.
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