The Kremlin will follow the case of the woman pereprodavat narapruet

The Kremlin will follow the case of the woman pereprodavat narapruet

MOSCOW, 6 Jul — RIA Novosti. The Kremlin will monitor the situation with the criminal case against the mother of a disabled child, who was trying to sell unused medicine purchased abroad for treatment of her son; in this particular case, the formal approach should not be, said on Friday the press-Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.

The Muscovite who tried to resell containing the drug diazepam, which she originally bought for my son-the disabled person, faces 4 to 8 years of imprisonment.

“It is obvious that in this case we are not talking about availability of drugs drugs were purchased or medications this woman was, she just decided, apparently, a surplus of these drugs to realize, and thereby, of course, she technically has violated the provisions of the legislation…”, — Peskov said in answer to the question of whether the Kremlin will respond to this resonant case.

Obviously, of course, that in this particular case, there should be a formal approach and, of course, this requires special attention. Of course, we pay attention to it.Dmitry Pescovitz Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation

Previously on the website there was a petition demanding to close the criminal case concerning mother of six-year-old boy suffering from cerebral palsy. As stated in the text of the petition, Muscovite bought on an online forum diazepam in microclyster, which is not registered in Russia. Later in the children’s hospice, the woman was advised to obtain free through the clinic diazepam ampoules. The remaining five mikroklizm Muscovite tried to resell on the same forum, but was detained by the police.

According to investigators, 38-year-old woman illegally sold five tubes of liquid, which, according to the study, contains a psychotropic substance — diazepam. Not certified in Russia, foreign drug suspect to this illegally bought over the Internet “the unknown person” found by the detectives. Subsequently, the woman decided to resell the drug, and at the time of receiving the money, she was detained. Muscovite faces from 4 to 8 years of imprisonment.