Malta has become the first EU country to legalise the cultivation and personal use of cannabis.
Adults will be allowed to carry up to seven grams of cannabis, and grow no more than four plants at home.
But smoking it in public or in front of children will be illegal.
Several other nations have similar plans, such as Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland.
Countries like the Netherlands tolerate cannabis use in certain circumstances.
The move by Malta, the EU’s smallest member state, is likely to be the first of a number of nations changing their cannabis laws after the United Nations last year reclassified cannabis to recognise its therapeutic uses.
The governments of Luxembourg, Germany and Switzerland have all announced plans to establish a legally regulated market, according BBC.
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