Kazakhstan Simplifies Food Imports
A green corridor was created for food imports in Kazakhstan. According to the press service of the Kazakh Finance Ministry, customs barriers, inspections and cost controls have been temporarily eliminated.
Kazakh Agriculture Ministry has imposed restrictions on flour and grain exports to avoid the shortage of these products and ensure the local needs are satisfied. Restrictions will last during the state of emergency. Flour and grain can be exported only within a monthly quota established by the Kazakh Agriculture Ministry.
Earlier, a ban was introduced on the exports of buckwheat, sugar, potatoes, carrots, beets, cabbage, sunflower oil from Kazakhstan. Export customs control has been strengthened at international border checkpoints.