The minimum unit pricing (MUP) for liquor is to be implemented across Europe and spread across Europe, a health expert says.
Professor Jorgen Rheim, advisor to the World Health Organization, suggested that drinking should not be consumed daily except within a single unit.
He described the price of cheap "war machine" in the struggle against alcohol related illness. He described the relatively low cost of pricing methods in European countries.
Scotland's MUP predicted that there would be a "significant impact" on the health issues in the north of the border.
The Scottish government's policy of fixing the price of drugs by 50 paise was delayed due to a legal challenge.
It is estimated that 392 people could survive in the first five years of Scotland. There were 697 hospital entrants on an average of 22 alcohol per week.
A report on alcohol and health in Edinburgh was presented by the World Health Organization and the World Health Organization, Europe's Alcohol Policy. The drunkenness of the world still continues.
About 800 people die every day in the EU, Norway and Switzerland. There is no substantial change in alcohol consumption since 2010.
Professor of Health Senior Research at Mental Health Research Institute for Mental Health, Canada's luxury and mental health center Rim said. The number of drinking alcohol users in Europe in 2010 was 291,000 in 2016. .
The "big issues" with the drinking water of young people in Europe are – particularly the excessive drunkenness of alcoholism.
"The use of big fire price inflation and tax revenue," he said.
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Asked about the possibility of MUP in Scotland, he said: "Very clearly the lowest price pricing is going to be greatly influenced."
He pointed to "the great victory" of similar pricing regulations in countries like Russia. This reduces the consumption between alcohol and alcohol dependence.
He also added that the number of accidents associated with drinking water, injuries, riots and public discontent have been reduced.
Asked whether European countries would present each country in the European Union, he said: "We do not want clear pricing policies, obviously from the public health perspective, not least of the pricing policies.
"Europe's price for all policy programs is the lowest policy-rate."
Echoing the rest of the UK's emotions, including alcoholism, the country's "unique picture" includes excessive alcoholism and women's drinking water issues.
"What should be the minimum pricing in every part of the UK?" He argued.
The European Office for Prevention and Control of Novel Communicative Disease is Dr Moe Breda (WHO), a policy that protects the dangerous situation.
"Issues like price consumption, which are powerful and very important space missions, are one of the few countries that countries need to be considered," he said.
Professor RIM suggested that 29 percent of all drinks in the European Union from cancer have been shown to be removed from the unit every day.
It may be at the expense of the previous government's guidelines that may be on the level of safe drinking.
"There is no safe drinking water," he said.
"Drinking water in the UK will only be a drink for a day."
Professional Remolition suggests that alcohol levels change and reduce alcohol consumption. Tests showed that people can not tell the difference between 5% alcohol bear and 5% each.
The SHAAP strongly backs up the support of the UK CMO over 14 units a week before health issues. The Dr Smart Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) Erik Carlin said.
"However, no risk of alcohol abuse at all levels, especially cancer risk factors."