This was stated by the Foreign Minister of the United Kingdom James Cleverly.

"I had the opportunity to discuss interruptions in the flow of Kazakhstan's oil and gas. We talked about what the UK can do to help... in order to find alternative ways to export Kazakhstani products, be it oil, gas or anything else," TASS quoted him as saying during a press conference.

Cleverly noted that London will continue to work with the government of Kazakhstan to explore ways to protect and diversify the economic base.

Earlier, Kazakhstan's Energy Minister Bulat Akchulakov said that Astana plans to increase oil pumping through the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) to 60 million tons this year.

Akchulakov also said that Kazakhstan considers the price of oil from $ 65 per barrel to be fair for itself.