Since June 1, Kazakhstan to cancel the limitations on agricultural exports




Since June 1, Kazakhstan will cancel all current restrictions on the exports of all types of agricultural products. On May 28, the Decree "On revocation of some decrees of the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan", which entrenched the reporting decision, was published on the website of the Ministry of Agriculture.

According to the document, the Decree repeals the following decrees of the Minister of Agriculture: # 111, dd. April 2 "On several issues of the exports of certain goods from the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan", as well as #123, dd. April 14 "On amendments to the Decree of the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan #111 dd. April 2".

As a reminder, the reporting decrees imposed the quota mechanism for the exports of wheat, wheat flour and sunflower oil from Kazakhstan.

The signed Decree charged the Department of plant growing commodities production and processing under the Ministry of Agriculture to provide the state registration of the order in the Ministry of Justice, according to the procedure set by the legislation.

On June 1, 2020, the Decree comes into force, and is subject to the official publication.