Kazakhstan follows Russia's lead in banning Baltic imports

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The Veterinary Supervision Authority of Kazakhstan has decided to introduce temporary restrictions on imports of Estonian and Latvian fish products, including canned fish, following the lead of Russia, Public Broadcasting reports.
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