No. Children and teens are not to smoke or be able to buy tobacco products (cigarettes, shisha/ hooka, cigars, chewing tobacco, e-cigarettes, etc.). Not even for/on behalf of adults. Furthermore, minors must not be allowed in so-called "smoking bars" (bars inside which people can freely smoke). The restriction is grounded on the Youth Protection Act, which principally differentiates between children (up to 14 years) and teens (14-18 years) -i.e. minors- and adults (18 years and over).