German Company in Talks With Afghanistan On Cannabis Cultivation

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This is the northern province of which Mazar-i-Sharif is the capital, and is a traditional heartland of cannabis cultivation in Afghanistan. A few seconds on the search engine reveals the German firm in question to be Entwicklungsgesellschaft CPharm International—or, CPharm International Development Company. Afghanistan does seem to have quietly legalized commercial cannabis cultivation in 2017. We have nothing to do with them.” He would not confirm that Afghanistan has legalized commercial cultivation of cannabis. A German company has confirmed to Cannabis Now that it has reached a preliminary agreement to establish cannabis cultivation operations in Afghanistan’s north—corroborating claims made by the new Taliban regime’s Interior Ministry last month, which were met with much media scoffing.

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A German company has confirmed to Cannabis Now that it has reached a preliminary agreement to establish cannabis cultivation operations in Afghanistan’s north—corroborating claims made by the new Taliban regime’s Interior Ministry last month, which were met with much media scoffing. 

Cutting Through the Media Confusion

It all began with a Nov. 24 tweet (in English) from the Ministry of Interior Affairs of the Taliban’s “Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan,” declared after the militant group seized control of the country...

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