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20 November, Wednesday


Nothing cheap should be exported from Kazakhstan anymore - Energy Minister about petroleum

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Minister of Energy of Kazakhstan Kanat Bozumbayev said that a lot of cars are exporting a cheap petroleum from Kazakhstan to Russia, the press service of the Ministry reported.

According to him, the Ministry of Energy, the State Revenue Committee and the National Security Committee will take measures in this regard.

The petroleum will be brought out only in vehicular tanks and 20 liters in addition, Bozumbayev said.

"Nothing cheap should be exported from this country anymore, neither petroleum, no diesel fuel, no other oil product. To none of the countries," the Minister noted.

Bozumbayev earlier told that the price for petroleum in Kazakhstan might near those of Russia. According to the benzin-price.ru, a liter of AI-92 petroleum of Kazakhstan in Moscow costs 38.90-44.16 rubles (about 230-260 tenge), while in Kazakhstan it costs about 150-155 tenge.

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