Three nations aiming to lead EU states toward joined-up cannabis reforms

Germany, Luxembourg and Malta have taken the first step towards working together on the legalisation and regulation of recreational cannabis, leading a potential wave of reform across the EU. Officials from the three countries as well as the Netherlands met last month in the first of what is expected to be a series of multilateral talks on regulating cannabis for non-scientific and non-medical use.

These discussions are needed to review “existing and future regulations and policies in the light of new scientific evidence, monitoring data, emerging consumption patterns and market evolutions”, according to a joint statement signed by the three countries.

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      Germany, Luxembourg and Malta have taken the first step towards working together on the legalisation and regulation of recreational cannabis, leading a potential wave of reform across the EU. Officials from the three countries as well as the Netherlands met last month in the first of what is expected to be a series of multilateral talks on regulating cannabis for non-scientific and non-medical use.

      These discussions are needed to review “existing and future regulations and policies in the light of new scientific evidence, monitoring data, emerging consumption patterns and market evolutions”, according to a joint statement signed by the three countries.

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