Askar Mamin's working trip to Mangystau region: Tourist, transport and engineering infrastructure, agro-industrial complex, digitalization

As part of his working trip to the region, Askar Mamin heard a report by the regional akim Serikbay Trumov on animal husbandry development in the region and the ongoing work on providing forage for the regions affected by drought. The supply and sale of hay from neighboring regions — Aktobe, West Kazakhstan and Kostanay — has been established. More than 1,200 tons of barley were imported, which were sold to farmers below the market price. The Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan has already allocated 1.9 billion tenge for partial reimbursement of the cost of feed for breeding stock of animals in the Mangystau region.

On behalf of the Prime Minister, additional funds will be allocated for the formation of a stabilization fund for the purchase and delivery of the harvested hay in the volume of 114.7 thousand tons to farms at affordable prices, as well as for the purchase of feed (bran) in the amount of 56.3 thousand tons through JS NC Food Contract Corporation.

Prime Minister Askar Mamin took part in the opening ceremony of the first theme park in Kazakhstan TETYSBLU. The facility is located in the tourist area of ​​Aktau, it includes attractions that have no analogues in Central Asia — BluPower, Watermania, Snorri, as well as more than 30 unique attractions.

The Head of Government inspected the implementation of projects for the development of the tourist zone in Aktau — hotels under the Hilton and Fairmont brands with a golf club, shopping malls, villas and apartments, Aqualina Resort.

Completion of the golf club, shopping arcade, villas and Fairmont hotel is expected in September.

Mamin got acquainted with the progress of construction of an additional water conduit 49 km long and a pressure sewer collector from KOS-1 to KOS-2 with a length of 33 km to ensure the life of the tourist zone, the completion of which is scheduled for October this year. The Prime Minister instructed to ensure the timely completion of the construction of the planned facilities, as well as transport, engineering and communication infrastructure.

The Prime Minister was reported on the development of fisheries in the region, incl. promising projects for the construction of a plant for the cultivation of sturgeon fish species, the organization of fishing in the Caspian Sea. Also Mamin got acquainted with the project to create a fish-breeding complex in the Inzhu Marzhan Bay with the introduction of modern technologies for the cultivation and processing of fish with a volume of up to 30 thousand tons per year, including the production of fish feed and an incubation shop for the production of planting material.

In the Seaport Aktau Free Economic Zone, the Head of Government was presented with investment projects for the production of soft packaging, polymer packaging, pump rods and couplings, caustic soda and chlorine-containing products, etc. complex Kuryk and the seaport Aktau. The transshipment capacity of cargo is 6 million tons per year.

The Head of Government inspected the construction of the first category road Aktau - Airport, with a length of 24 km, as well as the reconstruction of the city road from the Honda center to the T-junction of the village of Umirzak with a length of 4.5 km. The complete completion of all types of work in these areas is planned by the first September 2021.

Mamin got acquainted with the work of the Data Processing Center of Transtelecom JSC. The project cost is 6.8 billion tenge. The center complies with Tier III safety and reliability standards. In total, such centers have been built in 9 cities of Kazakhstan: Aktau, Atyrau, Aktobe, Uralsk, Karaganda, Zhezkazgan, Kyzylorda, Nur-Sultan and Almaty. Data processing centers are designed to ensure the uninterrupted operation of client servers, to become the technological basis for digitalization in the country.

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