Luxembourg leads the charge for a new European drug policy

Luxembourg announced that a bill to set up a production chain for non-medical cannabis is to be tabled during 2023
RTL Today (Luxembourg)
Sunday, July 17, 2022

luxembourg cannabisOn Friday 15 July, representatives from Germany, the Netherlands, and Malta met at Senningen Castle and agreed that they want to switch to a different drug policy. The failure of the repressive approach "cannot be denied, and the time has come to develop a new approach, based on dialogue with like-minded states and European and international institutions". A joint resolution was released by Luxembourg, Malta and Germany. The Netherlands abstained. "However, we all agree that the status quo is not an option. We need a new structured and multilateral drug policy", according to Justice Minister Sam Tanson of Luxembourg. (See also: Luxembourg : l’État compte cultiver du cannabis)