Kazakhstan • 29 January, 2020

Imported cattle with fake documents to be sent back

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It was intended to import 50 heads of Czech breeding cattle under the guise of Slovak cattle to Kazakhstan. Such tricks were applied due to temporary restrictions on the import of live animals from the Czech Republic by Kazakhstan. Entrepreneurs were issued an order to return the purchase to the sending country, Kazakh Agriculture Ministry reports.

Earlier, the Committee of veterinary control and supervision of the Agriculture Ministry issued a veterinary permit to the Kazakh company "Agro-Complex-Sulyshok" for the import of 50 heads of breeding cattle from Slovakia.

However, studying a set of documents revealed that the country of origin of the animals in the Czech Republic, whose authorized bodies have repeatedly been found to have forged accompanying documents-veterinary certificates and breeding certificates - for the export of ordinary animals under the guise of breeding. The case is currently under trial.

In connection with the restriction on the import of animals from the Czech Republic, the North Kazakhstan regional territorial inspection of the Agriculture Ministry issued an order to return the animals to the sending country.

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