Kazakhstan extended ban on wheat imports for another six months - Ministry of Agriculture

Astana. April 12. KazTAG – Kazakhstan has extended the ban on wheat imports for another six months, reports  the Ministry of Agriculture.
“Order of the Minister of Agriculture dated April 11, 2024 No. 125 impose a ban on the import of wheat into the Republic of Kazakhstan, including from the EAEU member states, by road, water and rail transport, with the exception of deliveries by rail to poultry farming and flour milling enterprises, exclusively for production and consumption,” the Ministry of Agriculture said in a statement on Friday.
According to the information, the temporary ban is valid for six months, starting April 12, 2024.
The ban does not apply to transit transportation of wheat through the territory of Kazakhstan by rail. Imported wheat cannot be sold on the domestic and foreign markets.

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