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MUSCAT: The Ministry of Health marked the World No Tobacco Day yesterday under the patronage of Dr Mohammed bin Saif Al Hosni, undersecretary of Health Ministry for Health Affairs, in the presence of the members of the National Tobacco Control Committee across the Sultanate with the participation of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Office in Eastern Mediterranean Sea and experts from Bahrain and from the Framework Convention Alliance in Geneva.
The ceremony that is organized by Health Ministry represented by the Non-Infectious Disease Control Department will witness the participation of three experts from WHO, Framework Convention Alliance and Kingdom of Bahrain.
These guidelines will help countries adapt their laws to meet the false arguments of the tobacco industry," said Canadian Cancer Society, Director of the Framework Convention Alliance (FCA), an NGO, Burley (ITGA for its strict tobacco control measures that include graphic warnings covering 80 percent of tobacco packages, and bans smoking in all enclosed public spaces.
Its progress is being monitored by the Framework Convention Alliance, a civil society organization.
Framework Convention Alliance is a coalition of more than 200 non- governmental organizations, representing more than 100 countries that are working to support the development, signing and ratification of an effective Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) and related protocols.
org Framework Convention Alliance 2013 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20006 E-mail: FCA@globalink.
To add salt to the wound, the Framework Convention Alliance (FCA), a well funded group of NGOs, whose sole purpose is to 'develop and implement the FCTC', recently labelled tobacco farmers' pleas as 'misleading information.
Ceremony organized by Health Ministry represented by the Non-Infectious Disease Control Department will witness the participation of three experts from WHO, Framework Convention Alliance and Kingdom of Bahrain.