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In Poland, amphetamines are increasingly offered to young 39 2000 Annual report on the state of the drugs problem in the European Union people who have never previously used drugs. Romania reported significant seizures of amphetamines in 1997. Other substances Other substances consumed in the CEECs — although not to the same extent in all — include sedatives and tranquillisers, inhalants and volatile substances. 9 % in Romania in 1997. 1 %. In Slovakia, the proportion of volatile substance users among all treated clients was 10 to 11 % between 1994 and 1998, while sedative use accounted for 6 % of all demands for treatment in 1998.

Data not available. Slovakia (1999) Romania (1997) Poland (1996) Lithuania (1998) Latvia (1998) Hungary (1998) FYROM (1997) Estonia (1998) Czech Republic (1998) (a) Average for 1995 to 1998. Almost all countries report a decrease in the average age of opiate users in treatment. The most at-risk age groups are 15 to 19-year-olds and 20 to 24-year-olds, significantly younger than in the EU. In 8 of the 12 countries for which data are available, 70 to 90 % of registered treatment clients were opiate users in 38 Bulgaria (1996) Albania (1995–98)(a) 0 Although data are not recorded in a systematic or harmonised way, demand for treatment for opiate use has clearly increased since 1993 in all CEECs.

Slovakia (1999) Romania (1997) Poland (1996) Lithuania (1998) Latvia (1998) Hungary (1998) FYROM (1997) Estonia (1998) Czech Republic (1998) (a) Average for 1995 to 1998. Almost all countries report a decrease in the average age of opiate users in treatment. The most at-risk age groups are 15 to 19-year-olds and 20 to 24-year-olds, significantly younger than in the EU. In 8 of the 12 countries for which data are available, 70 to 90 % of registered treatment clients were opiate users in 38 Bulgaria (1996) Albania (1995–98)(a) 0 Although data are not recorded in a systematic or harmonised way, demand for treatment for opiate use has clearly increased since 1993 in all CEECs.

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