Key Dates in Uzbekistan


  • November 20, 2020: Decree #737 was published by Uzbekistan Government which focused on implementing serialization for Pharmaceuticals, tobacco, alcohol, soft drinks, and appliances by 2022.
  • June 1, 2021: 6-month pilot project for serialization was started.
  • April 2, 2022: A resolution (149) was published that describes the introduction of mandatory labelling for 4 product groups which are largely consisting of medicines.

Phase wise implementation of these medicine group was published.



Deadlines for Serialization

Deadlines for Aggregation

Group 1

Medicinal products with secondary packaging

September 1, 2022

May 1, 2023

Group 2

medicines with primary packaging

November 1, 2022

August 1, 2023

Group 3

Medicines and medical devices for orphan diseases

 Medicines included in the register of medicines with foreign registrations, the results of which are recognized in Uzbekistan

March 1, 2023

December 1, 2023

Group 4

Medical products according to the list determined by the Ministry of Health

February 1, 2025

November 1, 2025


CRPT Turon is managing the Track & Trace system for Uzbekistan with the objective of guaranteeing consumers the authenticity and declared quality of the purchased products which are being imported or produced in the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The traceability system developed by CRPT Turon is called ASL BELGISI.

CRPT Turon is very similar to the Russian Track & Trace system which is managed by Russia’s Center for Research in Perspective Technologies (CRPT). Like the Russian model, consumers in Uzbekistan can also download the mobile app to scan the products and for reporting the suspected products and their feedback about the system. The crypto codes are paid upon utilization.


The MAH/ Manufacturer, Importer, Wholesaler, Retail Trade enterprise or medical organization and association need to apply to the official website of the “CRPT TURON” LLC for registering themselves. The participants need to describe the goods in the catalog of labeled goods and the access to the system for getting the codes and reporting them back is granted only after the approval of the application.

The Applicant (Holder) of the Marketing Authorization can be a legal entity, both resident and non-resident of Uzbekistan and the Decree 149 requires the foreign MAH to establish a representative office or company in Uzbekistan. The main purpose is pharmacovigilance.

Standards for Labelling & Barcode

Regarding the serialization requirements, marking of medicines is carried out in the form of a two-dimensional barcode according to GS1 Data Matrix Standards:

  • GS1 Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) (14 digit) - AI (01)
  • Serial Number (13 digit) - AI (21)
  • Verification key (4 digit) - AI (91)
  • Verification code (44 digit) - AI (92)

Human Readable Standards:

  • GS1 Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) (14 digit) - AI (01)
  • Expiration Date (YYMMDD format) - AI (17)
  • Serial Number (13 digit) - AI (21)
  • Batch or Lot Number - AI (10)

For aggregation, the required identification code of the package, SSCC (Serial Shipping Container Code) must be provided in GS1 -128 linear code format and 2D in some cases.

Traceability requirements

In order to trace the movement of goods throughout the supply chain, unique Data Matrix code is important to be assigned to all the products. These codes can then be scanned by the retailers or pharmacies to find the authenticity of the product. The end consumers can also use the ASL BELGISI app to check the product’s legitimacy.

CRPT Turon has also specified a few additional points to regarding the traceability requirements to help movement of serialized goods inside the Republic of Uzbekistan:

  • All the packs which are manufactured before the deadline can still be imported within 6 months as per their original packaging. However, it is important to apply the digital marking to such packs.
  • All the packs which were imported or produced in the Republic of Uzbekistan before the deadline can continue to be sold until their shelf lives, but this should not exceed 3 years from the introduction of marking.
  • There were also discussions about importing the goods in the Republic of Uzbekistan which were initially serialized for Russian market. However, more information and confirmation regarding this should be taken in advance.

The approved concept of Track & Trace in Russia which arguably has the world’s toughest supply chain requirements will act as an important step for implementing the serialization and traceability regulations in Uzbekistan.

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We are well versed with the compliance regulations for various markets and can help you with implementing the Uzbekistan pharmaceutical serialization requirements.

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