Last week Romania became the 10th European Union nation to legalize medical marijuana. The country’s drug law was amended to allow certain cannabis derivatives to be used for specific afflictions, such as epilepsy and multiple sclerosis.

While pot possession is still against the law, makers of drugs that contain cannabis compounds can now apply to Romania’s National Agency for Medicines for approval to market their medicine.

Romania’s medical pot exception came during the same week Switzerland decriminalized possession of up to ten grams of cannabis.