This was announced by the head of Roszdravnadzor Alla Samoilova at a meeting with Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

According to her, this figure has increased by 10% over the past three years.

"Today, Russian drugs account for about 70% of the total introduction into civilian circulation. This is a high percentage and not the last bar," Samoilova said, her words are quoted on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers.

She noted that, in general, there is no shortage of medicines in Russia.

Earlier, the press service of the Russian Ministry of Health reported that in Russia there is no shortage of antidepressants with the international nonproprietary name fluoxetine.