After a delay of several months, the Israeli cannabis company Tasifir announced that it had begun growing cannabis in greenhouses in Uganda.
The company's announcements of an expected cannabis growth in Uganda have been severely criticized after senior officials there Vehemently denied The information, but then the company managers apparently succeeded in solving the issue.
The company said in a statement that the company plans to build a cannabis processing plant in the country.
"The establishment of the plant in Uganda ensures that the production segment in this territory will also be under our control and supervision, in order to produce medical cannabis products that meet the standards required by the customers in the target markets and without any dependence," said Nissim Barakeh, the company's CEO.
The company also continues to announce its intention to export cannabis products to Canada, although Canada has said it does not approve Cannabis imports for marketing purposes.
Tasvir operates in the field of medical cannabis through a subsidiary called Globus Pharma, which is currently building an agricultural infrastructure for the cultivation and production of medical cannabis in Israel as well.
The announcement comes against the background of the government's intention to approve today, finally and definitively, the plan to export medical cannabis abroad after three years of discussions.