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Kazakhstan intends to ban the export of frozen fish

Kazakhstan
Published Nov 15, 2022

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About 40-45 thousand tons of fish are caught annually in natural reservoirs of Kazakhstan, and this figure is growing every year. To reload the production capacities of fish processing enterprises, the issue of introducing a ban on the export of chilled and frozen fish is being considered. Serikkali Brekeshev, Minister of Ecology, Geology and Natural Resources, announced this today during the government hour "On the development of fisheries" in the Mazhilis.

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About 40-45 thousand tons of fish are caught annually in natural reservoirs of Kazakhstan, and this figure is growing every year In order to load the production capacities of fish processing enterprises, the issue of introducing a ban on the export of chilled and frozen fish is being considered. Serikkali Brekeshev, Minister of Ecology, Geology and Natural Resources, announced this today during the government hour "On the development of fisheries" in the Mazhilis. “The President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, gave the corresponding instruction during his visit to the Atyrau region,” the minister specified. According to the Ministry of Ecology, the introduction of restrictions will allow: - load the capacity of fish processing enterprises; - increase exports through the development of the fish processing sector; — to ensure the production of fish products with high added value and the growth of business activity. At the same time, according to the minister, Kazakhstan ...
Source: Agrosektor
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