Kyrgyzstan will again be able to export potatoes, apples and persimmon to Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan has lifted the temporary restrictions imposed on the import of potatoes, apples and persimmon from Kyrgyzstan, as reported by Sputnik, citing the press service of the Kyrgyz government.

"Following our talks, a protocol was signed that will lift the temporary restrictions imposed on February 19 of this year on the import of potatoes, apples and persimmon into Kazakhstan," the agency said.

The negotiations on the removal of restrictions were held in Astana with the participation of Deputy Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Zhenish Razakov and Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Zhenis Kasymbekov. It was mentioned that trade cooperation would be resumed after the Kazakh side reviewed the information from the State Inspectorate of Veterinary and Phytosanitary Safety, an institution under the Government of Kyrgyzstan.


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