Prime Ministers of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan agreed to facilitate transit of trucks
Almaty. July 12. KazTAG - Prime Ministers of Kazakhstan Askar Mamin and Kyrgyzstan Mukhammedkalay Abylgaziyev have agreed to facilitate transit of trucks, reports the Kyrgyzstan Telegraph Agency (KyrTAG).
"The Prime Ministers have agreed to liberalize the access control for our freight forwarders heading to third countries through Kazakhstan. All the issues in the field of veterinary cooperation have been settled , ”said Adilet Sultanaliyev, spokesman of the Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan.
He clarified that Abylgaziyev made this statement following the meeting in a narrow circle within the framework of the Kyrgyz-Kazakh intergovernmental council.
As it was reported, a giant line of people and cars gathered on the border with Kyrgyzstan at Korday on July 2. It was reported that the queue was formed on the side of Kazakhstan. It was not the first such case since the beginning of the year. In March of this year about 100 heavy vehicles got stuck at the border. Many people had to call an ambulance.
The authorities of the two countries regularly assure their intentions to solve the problem, and more often Kyrgyzstan accuses Kazakhstan of the emerging queues.
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