Kazakhstan replaces ban with export limits for grain and flour


Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Agriculture will quickly impose restrictions on wheat exports, the press service of the ministry stated on March 30.

The Ministry stated this measure is aimed toward assembly the nation’s home wants in the course of the state of emergency.

In addition, the Ministry will carry the ban on the export of flour with the introduction as a substitute of restrictions on its export from the republic. “Under these conditions, wheat and flour will be exported within the monthly quota set by the Ministry of Agriculture,” the ministry stated.

According to the statistics committee, as of March 1, there are 9.2 million tonnes of grain in Kazakhstan, together with 6.four million tonnes of meals grains.