In May, the international reserves of Kazakhstan decreased by 1.7% to $94.7 billion after a two-month growth, according to National Bank data. The decrease in the indicator is associated with a decline in gross international reserves.
As of the end of May, gross international reserves decreased by 5.7% to $35.5 billion. The assets of the National Fund, on the other hand, continued to grow, increasing by 0.9% to $59.2 billion month-on-month. Since the beginning of the year, the indicator has risen by 6 .2%. The use of funds from the National Fund is often criticized within the government since President