Kazakhstan Delivers $5 Million in Humanitarian Aid in 2023

ASTANA – Kazakhstan sent humanitarian aid worth $5 million in 2023, reported Finprom financial and business analytical service on Feb. 19.

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According to the State Revenue Committee of the Kazakh Ministry of Finance, Kazakhstan sent humanitarian aid to six countries. 

Over half of the volume, worth $2.6 million, went to Afghanistan, of which $2.5 million were food products. 

Kazakhstan also delivered humanitarian assistance to Tajikistan ($1.8 million), Türkiye ($338,600), Ukraine ($140,300), Egypt ($59,800) and Syria ($11,500).

According to the Kazakh Agency for International Development (KazAID), in 2022, Kazakhstan sent $23.4 million in relief aid to Afghanistan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Pakistan, Tajikistan and Ukraine.

In 2021, the country donated $13.9 million to Afghanistan, the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan.

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