BAKU, Azerbaijan, July 5. Kazakhstan has extended the prohibition on export of petroleum products, Trend reports citing the government.
The previously imposed prohibition has expired in May of this year and earlier Kazakhstan’s First Deputy Prime Minister Roman Sklyar said that the work to extend it has been underway.
Thus, the prohibition has been introduced for a period of six months.
The prohibition was first put into place in 2021 and has since then been extended several times.