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National policy and strategy document on counteracting addictive substance and substance addiction 2006-2012

Turkey Ministry of Interior Country Resources Substance Abuse Policies Turkey 1 January 2006 Policy document development, policy, rehabilitation, substance use

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The criteria of “European Union Strategy and Action Plan on Drugs” has been taken as a basis for the development of the National Policy and Strategy Document. The document put forward initiatives to guide national efforts by taking the unique position of Turkey in trafficking and abuse of addictive substances, structural aspects and views of the problem and the qualities of requirements into account. The most important objective of this document is to create the
understanding that contributing to fight against addictive substances should be everyone’s aim.


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