Schulz responds sharply to Macron over his statements about sending Western forces to Ukraine Schulz responds sharply to Macron over his statements about sending Western forces to Ukraine

Schulz responds sharply to Macron over his statements about sending Western forces to Ukraine

Schulz responds sharply to Macron over his statements about sending Western forces to Ukraine

The German newspaper "Tages Spiegel" reported that French President Emmanuel Macron's statements about sending troops to Ukraine forced Chancellor Olaf Scholz to put an end to his words, recalling European agreements.

The newspaper explained that "German Chancellor Olaf Schulz entered into a discussion with Macron and confirmed that no soldiers would be sent to Ukraine from European countries or NATO member countries, reminding the French president of the existing agreements between European countries."

The newspaper reported: “Macron and Schulz had never before entered into such an open quarrel, with angry reactions expected in government circles outside the Chancellor’s office over the informal way in which Schulz put an end to Macron’s statements.”

The newspaper pointed out that "there are many disagreements between the two countries," stressing that "this is not the only disagreement between Paris and Berlin regarding support for Ukraine."

The American media expressed pessimism towards the idea of ​​French President Emmanuel Macron, while Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirmed that the French president’s statements regarding sending military personnel to Ukraine mean “ the inevitability of a direct clash ” between Russia and NATO.


Germany : Revealing the date on which the law on the use and possession of marijuana and hashish entered into force

The German Embassy in Tunisia said in a statement on Wednesday evening that possession of cannabis will be legal for adults in Germany as of April 1, 2024.

The embassy stated that the German Parliament (Bundestag) had previously approved a law to legalize cannabis in Germany in order to better protect minors and eliminate the black market.

The embassy stressed that the protection of minors will remain a priority, and awareness and prevention campaigns will be intensified.

The German Parliament approved a draft law aimed at decriminalizing the use and possession of cannabis (marijuana and hashish) and partially legalizing it.

The draft law was supported by 407 representatives, 226 opposed it, and four others abstained from voting.

Under the bill, consumers over the age of 18 will not be held criminally liable for possessing marijuana weighing up to 25 grams and growing up to 3 seedlings.

Hemp can also be grown for personal consumption in private associations of up to 500 people. Members of these associations will be allowed to grow cannabis collectively and distribute it among themselves. Meanwhile, distribution will be limited to 25 grams per day and 50 grams per month. However, the federal states will have to decide for themselves whether to allow the establishment of such agricultural associations.

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