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Reuters: Russian companies are more active in asking their Kazakh partners to help bypass Western sanctions

Reuters: Russian companies are more active in asking their Kazakh partners to help bypass Western sanctions

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In recent weeks, Russian companies have become more active in asking their Kazakh partners to help them circumvent Western sanctions and import needed goods. Reuters sources told about it.

According to the interlocutors of the agency, the increased interest may be associated with reports of Turkey’s plans to stop the transit of sanctioned goods. According to Reuters, the Russian side is looking for workarounds for importing equipment and goods because of the sanctions. Merchants have created a complex network of supply chains through third countries in an attempt to circumvent the restrictions. According to experts, many goods come through Turkey and the former Soviet republics.

Reuters sources say there has been an increase in requests from Russia for help with the delivery of many goods.

According to the agency, Russia remains Kazakhstan’s largest trading partner. Last year, its exports rose by a quarter to $8.8 billion.

Meanwhile, Turkey was the first of the major friendly trading partners of the Russian Federation to suspend the transit of sanctioned goods to Russia.

Source: Rosbalt

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