President • 07 April, 2020

Kazakh President visits the transport and logistics centre

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During a visit to the transport and logistics centre "Continental Logistics," Kassym-Jomart Tokayev inspected the warehouse where more than 6 thousand tons of food products are stored, Akorda says.

7 logistics complexes with a total area of 222 thousand square meters and 7 vegetable stores designed for 37 thousand tons of products operate on the territory of the city of Nur-Sultan.

The President was informed about the provision of food to the capital and regions of Kazakhstan. Minister of trade and integration Bakhyt Sultanov reported on the measures taken to regulate prices for socially important food products.

Minister of agriculture Saparkhan Omarov spoke about the supply of vegetable products, wheat and flour. Mayor Altai Kulginov reported on the situation in the capital.

The head of state instructed the Government, together with the mayors of regions and cities, to prevent the growth of prices for food products, to stop the speculation and to replenish the stabilization funds.

The President stressed that at present, special attention is required to establish uninterrupted supplies of products in a state of emergency.

The Head of state said that in solidarity with the Central Asian States, Kazakhstan is ready to provide them with appropriate humanitarian assistance if their governments apply.

– As for the neighbouring Central Asian States, we are ready to provide humanitarian assistance. Kazakhstan is a leader in the region, and this obliges us to help countries that need it in this period," Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said.

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