“The cannabis report” shakes Afghanistan… and its echoes in Australia

“The cannabis report” shakes Afghanistan… and its echoes in Australia
“The cannabis report” shakes Afghanistan… and its echoes in Australia
A report by an Afghan agency called “Bjwak” stated that the Australian company “Sea Pharm” for medical consultancy had concluded an agreement with Taleban It amounts to more than $450 million in financing for weed.

The report claimed that representatives of the company met with anti-drug officials in the Ministry of the Interior, which is controlled by the armed movement, to discuss the production of medicines and other preparations in the factory, which would allow the legal use of cannabis, which is widespread in the country.

The agency published a tweet accompanied by pictures showing Taliban officials, but no foreign official appeared, and the tweet spoke of an agreement under which the company would finance the factory.

The tweet did not mention any other information about the company, whether the country in which it operates, its field of activity, or how it will pay this huge amount.

And the Australian company’s problem worsened with the re-publishing of the fabricated report by international media, including the British newspaper “The Times” and the British Broadcasting Corporation “BBC”.

However, Sea Pharm Australia, a family business with 17 employees, told Reuters it had never addressed the Taliban, had no dealings abroad or had any activity using cannabis.

“We had 40 or 50 calls today. It’s out of control. It’s all lies,” Tony Gabbets, the company’s chief financial officer, said by phone from the company’s headquarters, 166 km from Sydney.

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