German Imports of Canadian Medical Cannabis Likely to Continue

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Those who feared legalization in Canada could stop the flow of  medical cannabis imported to Germany can breathe a sigh of relief. Germany’s Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) confirmed it will continue to license the import of medical cannabis from Canada. A spokeswoman for the Federal Ministry of Health told Marijuana.com Friday, May 4, 2018, the federal government will not interfere with Canada’s medical cannabis program, which remains in compliance with the UN Single Convention. Regardless of whether Canada will legalize cannabis on July 1 or a little later, legalization will put the country in violation of the UN’s single treaty on narcotic drugs. The agreement prohibits its signatories from growing, trading, and consuming cannabis for recreational purposes. German Imports of Canadian Medical Cannabis Likely to Continue

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