We don’t all smoke weed in Germany, Scholz assures Chinese students

We don’t all smoke weed in Germany, Scholz assures Chinese students
We don’t all smoke weed in Germany, Scholz assures Chinese students

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - German Chancellor Olaf Scholz visits a research project on the monitoring of water quality in Chongqing, China April 14, 2024. — Reuters pic

SHANGHAI, April 15 — Chancellor Olaf Scholz today reassured Chinese students in Shanghai that they did not have to smoke cannabis if they studied in Germany and that Germany had legalised cannabis hoping that consumption would go down.

Scholz made the comments in response to a question from a student at Tongji University, who asked whether he would have to smoke cannabis if he studied in Germany, as the drug was not legal in China.

Germany passed legislation to legalise cannabis in February, allowing individuals and associations to grow and possess limited quantities of cannabis.

“We don’t want more people to consume cannabis, we want fewer people to consume cannabis, we want there to be more public education about it,” Scholz said.

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“The answer is very simple: don’t smoke. I’ll be 66 this year and I’ve never smoked cannabis.”

The chancellor, who is on a visit to China and will meet leaders in Beijing on Tuesday, said Germany wanted to bring cannabis “out of the grey area”.

Some 4 million people consumed cannabis in Germany in 2022, according to health ministry data. — Reuters

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