Hemp Industry Asks US Department of State to Help Innocent Man in Limbo
Mr Soliman, 62 along with attorneys in the U.S. working with the HIA asked the U.S. Embassy in Cairo to help reissue Mr. Soliman a passport so he can return to the U.S. However, the embassy has refused to issue the new passport so far for no apparent reason except that he is facing unfounded drug charges in Egypt.
Mr Soliman, who is Egyptian born, is the owner of "Health Harvist" the company which exported the hemp seed oil from Canada and operates in Egypt. Mr. Soliman lives in South Florida with his wife, he was in Egypt managing the arrival of products that he exports from the U.S. and Canada.
This is a tragic mistake that could be solved with a simple drug test.
Lets make HEMP the #1 crop!