The Taliban’s interim government in Afghanistan has signed an agreement with Australian company C-Farm to set up a cannabis processing center in the country.

Afghan Interior Ministry spokesman Qari Saeed Khosti said the plan would be implemented in the next few days under the agreement. Will be given

According to Afghan media, Afghanistan’s Deputy Minister for Drugs met with a company representative on Tuesday. The company has promised to invest 45 450 million in the project.

After occupying Afghanistan in August, the Taliban vowed to crack down on cannabis production in the country.

In Kandahar Province, Taliban Governor Yousuf Wafa said in October that drug users were being arrested and that farmers would not be allowed to grow cannabis or poppy. However, Afghan farmers said they had not seen any change in the Taliban’s attitude.



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