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National Anti-Drug Strategy Romania 2005-2012

Romania Government of Romania Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Romania 2005 Policy document prevention, strategy, substance use

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Vision - By the end of the 2005-2012 interval, Romania will have a functional integrated system of institutions and public services, which will ensure the reduction of the occurrence and prevalence of drug use in the general population, adequate medical, psychological and social assistance for drug users and streamlined activities for preventing and countering the illicit drugs and precursors trafficking and production.
Aim - In the first stage (2-4 years), this strategy seeks to maintain at low level the drug use in the general population and in the second stage, to diminish the number of new drug users, while reducing drug-related organised crime.

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