At the end of 2015 the government introduced a ban on smoking tobacco in public indoor areas, including cafés and restaurants, in line with European legislation. According to official statistics, Bulgaria ranks second in Europe in terms of the number of smokers, and sixth worldwide. However, the number of smokers has been decreasing steadily for the last decade, and in 2016 2.3 million Bulgarians smoked, according to the National Statistical Institute.
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