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Global: Overseas agricultural information bulletin (Issue 438)

Wheat
Egypt
Published Apr 22, 2024

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Kazakhstan's Ministry of Agriculture has implemented Decree No. 125, effective from April 12, 2024, for six months, banning the transport of wheat from Eurasian Economic Union states to Kazakhstan via road, water, and rail, except for transit and certain industry supplies. Concurrently, a report from the Permanent Interstate Committee for Drought Control in the Sahel (CILSS) warns that the upcoming lean season could see nearly 55 million people in West Africa and Central Africa facing severe food security challenges, a number that has quadrupled over the last five years and increased by 4 million from earlier forecasts five months ago.
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2. According to the Ministry of Agriculture of Kazakhstan on April 12, the Minister of Agriculture of Kazakhstan signed Decree No. 125 on April 11, prohibiting the transportation of wheat from the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union to Kazakhstan by road, water and rail, except for wheat passing through Kazakhstan by rail and wheat supplied to flour mills and poultry enterprises. The ban will take effect from April 12, 2024 and will be valid for 6 months. 3. According to the Egyptian Daily on April 14, according to the report of the Permanent Interstate Committee for Drought Control in the Sahel (CILSS), nearly 55 million people in West Africa and ...
Source: Foodmate
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