Deputy Prime Minister Gulshara Abdykalikova noted that at the XVIII Congress of the Nur Otan Party the President Nursultan Nazarbayev began a new stage in the development of Kazakhstan.
“The upcoming 10 years are decisive for entering the 30 developed countries of the world. In parallel, we have to do a lot of work on human capital, including new social initiatives that can be divided into three large blocks: wage increase and support for low-income citizens, housing for low-income families, improving the quality of education and healthcare, and the development of regions. In the next three years, the budget will additionally allocate 2.3 trillion tenge for these goals,” said Abdykalikova.
According to Abdykalikova, right now the most important priority is explanatory work. The government in this matter is ready for a constructive dialogue.
In connection with the increasing questions from the public, trips to the regions are scheduled for the next week, in the course of which explanatory events will be held. Reception of citizens in certain categories will be organized. Thus, in order to effectively implement all the tasks set forth, first of all, the Government will conduct an active large-scale outreach.
This work will be implemented to introduce new formats aimed at maximizing the availability of government agencies to the public. All modern means of communication will be involved.
“To build this work under my leadership, we begin trips to the regions. We have developed a detailed Media card, which provides for visits to all districts and villages. As part of these visits, not only the traditional meetings of representatives of state bodies with the population in akimats, but also public gatherings at the place of residence, personal reception of citizens will be held. We will also consider the work of public service centers, employment centers,” said Abdykalikova.
The Deputy Prime Minister stressed that, first of all, the issues of providing the population with work, providing loans at various levels, creating conditions for working remotely will be considered.