The Verkhovna Rada has banned the use of salutes and fireworks in Ukraine

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The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted a draft law prohibiting the use of salutes and fireworks in the country.

NV publication with reference to MP Yaroslav Zhelezniak notes, that draft law 7438 was supported by 290 people's deputies.

The ban does not apply to the use of pyrotechnics by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the National Police and emergency and rescue services.

In particular, the ban does not apply to fireworks of the F1 class, which have a very low level of danger and a negligible noise level (no more than 60 dB). They can be used during public holidays and non-working days, according to the decision of the local council and at sports competitions.

According to the draft law, the age limit for the purchase of fireworks at 16 years will also apply. It is also forbidden to use any pyrotechnic means against animals.



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