Kazakhstan • 16 April, 2020

Kazakhstan provides humanitarian aid to its neighbours

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Kazakh foreign minister anounced about humanitarian aid provided by Central Asian country to its neighbours.

Many countries are currently providing various types of assistance to enhance global capabilities to combat and overcome the global COVID-19 pandemic. Kazakhstan is also actively participating in this endeavour.

In an effort to provide economic support to its neighbors during the response to the pandemic, the President of Kazakhstan K.Tokayev decided to provide humanitarian assistance to Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan in the form of deliveries of Kazakh flour in the amount of 5 thousand tons to each country for a total amount of more than 3 million US dollars.

Kazakhstan, as a responsible member of the international community, does not stand aside in the context of the global coronavirus pandemic and continues to provide necessary humanitarian assistance to partner countries. So, back in February this year, Kazakhstan was one of the first to provide support to China in the midst of the epidemic in the form of several deliveries of medical protective equipment.

In general, the provision of humanitarian assistance is one of the important directions of Kazakhstan's foreign policy. Over the years, Kazakhstan has sent a variety of assistance to Antigua and Barbuda, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Serbia, Syria, Turkey, Japan, etc.


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