China has removed administrative barriers to the supply of grain from Kazakhstan. The countries have already agreed on the volume of supplies of the first batch of 500 thousand tons, First Deputy Prime Minister of the country Bakytzhan Sagintayev said at a briefing in the Central Communications Service.

“Cooperation in the field of the agro-industrial complex. Here we have new opportunities, the market is new. If you know, before we could not enter the Chinese market at all. They didn’t even buy our wheat, not that they didn’t want to, but put up administrative barriers. If we want to supply wheat there, then we had to supply it in bags," Sagintayev said.

Kazakhstan managed to agree with China that they are removing these barriers.

“Now we can supply wheat in any way by grain carriers, car carriers, and in containers. Now we have agreed initially on 500,000 tons. In the near future, we have agreements to raise up to 1 million tons," he explained.

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