Iran to import livestock from Kazakhstan

IRNA – Following the signing of the Veterinary Health Certificate between Astana and Tehran, Kazakhstan will soon export livestock (cattle) to Iran.

The agreement on the export of livestock (cattle) from Kazakhstan to Iran was signed by Tursyn Kabduldanov, Deputy Chairman of the Veterinary Control and Monitoring Committee of the Kazakh Ministry of Agriculture, and AliSafar Makanali, Deputy Director of Health and Prevention of the Veterinary Organization.

According to the report, the Kazakh Ministry of Agriculture can now export livestock live to Iran for slaughter.

Along with this agreement, on Tuesday a number of veterinary health certificates were approved for exports of lamb, beef, and eggs to Iran.