Afghanistan has reduced its opium cultivation by 95%.

As of today, Sunday, 14 Scorpio, the United Nations Office on Narcotics and Crime reports that opium cultivation in Afghanistan has dropped by 95% so far this year.According to a recent report from this organization, Afghanistan's opium cultivation has increased from 233,000 hectares in 2023 to 10,800 hectares.In the decree attributed to Hebatullah, the Taliban leader at the time, it was announced that if someone tried to cultivate drugs, his land would be destroyed and the violator would be dealt with. Last year, the Taliban group banned the cultivation of poppies and the purchase and sale of them. It will be Sharia.According to the United Nations Office on Narcotics and Crime, opium sales generate revenue for farmers.


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