Kazakhstan 1 Jun abolishes all restrictions on agricultural exports imposed over coronavirus
ALMATY, may 29 (Reuters) – Kazakhstan from June 1 to cancel all restrictions on agricultural exports imposed because of the coronavirus, said the Ministry of agriculture.
The corresponding order was recently signed by the Minister of agriculture Saparkhan Omarov.
In March Kazakhstan has restricted the export of flour and wheat, due to the spread of coronavirus to guarantee the supply for the manufacturers of bread and feed for livestock.
(Maria Gordeeva. Edited By Anastasia Teterevleva)