PHOTOGRAPHIC REPORT: Prime Minister Karim Massimov pays working trip to West Kazakhstan

11 August 2016, 21:56
West Kazakhstan Region
Фото: Официальный сайт Премьер-Министра РК

On the instruction of the Head of State Prime Minister Karim Massimov has visited West Kazakhstan region to get acquainted with the progress of development of the socio-economic situation in the region.

During the visit, the Prime Minister has met with employees and the public of the region, visited the infrastructural facilities, agribusiness companies.

In Uralsk, the Prime Minister got acquainted with the airport security system. Issues of security of strategically important objects of transport infrastructure, especially airports and railway stations are paid a special attention in the country.During the visit, the Prime Minister has met with employees and the public of the region, visited the infrastructural facilities, agribusiness companies.

The Prime Minister got acquainted with the reconstruction of the "Uralsk - Taskala - Russian border” road. The project of reconstruction of the road which connects the region with the Saratov region is implemented within the framework of the Nurly Zhol" program and has strategic importance. The total length of the section is 100 km, reconstruction started in July 2015 and its completion is scheduled for May 2018.

The Prime Minister held a meeting on condition of roads of the West Kazakhstan region.

Karim Masimov familiarized with modern canning technology at the factory of LLP "Kublei"

At a meeting with representatives of agribusiness the Prime Minister discussed the topical issues in the field of processing of agricultural products. The development of manufacturing industry in Kazakhstan has great potential.

Within the framework of the "Agribusiness 2020" program, the state supports the processing enterprises, namely it subsidizes a part of investment costs.

Karim Massimov held a roundtable on development of the gas industry. Kazakhstan ranks the 22nd in the world and 3rd in the CIS on gas reserves. The Prime Minister noted that, despite the positive statistics there are a number of issues that require a timely response.

The Prime Minister held a meeting with the public in the conference hall at the Regional Center of Culture and Arts named after Kadir Mirza Ali. The meeting participants discussed the issues of economic and socio-cultural development of the region, including the topics of construction, road and transport infrastructure, youth employment, the environmental situation in the Ural River.