Pohnpei State, Micronesia finalizing talks on medicinal cannabis program in
hopes to attract foreign tourists
FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA - July 3, 2015 - Federated States of Micronesia
capitol state Pohnpei has opened final review at Department of Justice and
Department of Health Services on an agreement with international partners to
launch the first medicinal cannabis program in the Asia-Pacific region, with the
anticipation to enable economic growth and works for global humanity that will
provide cost effective treatment to people with illnesses as epilepsy,
Alzheimer’s disease, PTSD, and cancer.
Eurasia-America Development Program (EADP), a multi-lateral partnership between
United States, Federated States of Micronesia, and Albania, which is held under
a Bilateral Diplomacy Charter and Civil Society Treaty. EADP agreement shall
also serve as an addendum to the
Albania New Millennium
Civil Society Program Agreement entered and approved by Albanian government,
ECCO2 Global Partners, Diplomatic Mission Peace Prosperity, and other U.N.
affiliated non-governmental organizations in December 2013.
U.S. Senate lobbyist and EADP Chairman Cary Lee Peterson states “This is a
potential colossal hurdle to cross and a major achievement for the U.S.,
Micronesia, Albania, and the entire world. FSM will be the first of all U.S.
affiliated territories and countries in the Asia-Pacific region to legalize CBD
and we’re very blessed (by the Almighty God) to be here today from when we
started talks with Albania in 2013 and when I made the
intervention statement last year at United Nations discussing my thoughts to
do more to help the people of Micronesia. We have only begun and under God’s
Will I feel that today is the beginning of a new and more prosperous Micronesia.
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