Kazakhstan supplied 157 thousand tons of vegetable oils to Uzbekistan in a year

Published Mar 22, 2024

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Kazakhstan's Minister of Agriculture, Aidarbek Saparov, has proposed cooperation in the vegetable oil sector to Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, and other countries in the Organization of Turkic States (OTS). This comes as Kazakhstan's production and export of sunflower, safflower, and rapeseed oils have tripled over the past three years. The country aims to double its volume of agricultural products by 2030, promising high-quality products and stable supplies.
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At the meeting of the Ministers of Agriculture of the Organization of Turkic States (OTS), held in Taraz within the framework of the international agricultural forum “KazАgroZhambyl-2024”, the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan Aidarbek Saparov named promising goods for export, the production of which in Kazakhstan is increasing from year to year, the correspondent reports Kazinform agency. — First of all, these are vegetable oils. Over the past 3 years, the volume of Kazakhstan's exports of sunflower, safflower and rapeseed oils has increased more than 3 times, and we are ready to supply more. Our trade with Uzbekistan shows good dynamics in relation to vegetable oils. In just one year, the increase in supplies amounted to more than 60% and reached 157 thousand tons in 2023. We hope to establish cooperation in this direction with other participating countries, guaranteeing high quality products and stability of supplies,” noted Aidarbek Saparov. The minister ...
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