Kyrgyzstan has introduced a six-month ban on the export of flour and wheat

Updated Sep 26, 2023
Moscow. September 22nd. INTERFAX.RU - The Government of Kyrgyzstan has adopted a resolution "On the introduction of a temporary ban on the export (export) of certain types of agricultural goods." According to the country's Ministry of Agriculture, a ban has been imposed on the export of wheat flour and food wheat for a period of six months. The decision was made to ensure food security in Kyrgyzstan and stabilize market prices for food products. The Ministry of Economy and Commerce was instructed to notify the World Trade Organization, the Eurasian Economic Commission, and the CIS Executive Committee about the protective measures taken. The document was adopted on September 22 and comes into force three days after official publication, that is, on Monday. According to the National Statistical Committee of Kyrgyzstan, the area under wheat this year decreased by 1.6% compared to the previous season - from 233.7 thousand hectares to ...
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