Funds allocated to implement the "Nurly Zhol" program were disbursed at the level of 97%. First Deputy Minister of National Economy of Kazakhstan Marat Kussainov informed at a meeting of the Government.
"In 2016, to implement the state program "Nurly Zhol” KZT 769.6 billion was allocated from the National Fund of Kazakhstan, including 503.4 billion tenge in the form of targeted transfers and 266.2 billion tenge through bond issues of national holdings," the Deputy Minister noted presenting the interim results of the "Nurly Zhol" program.
At the same time, he noted that by the beginning of August, 231.3 billion tenge was disbursed in the program.
"As for target transfers 108,4 out of 214,4 bln tenge was mastered, or 97% of the financing plan,” M. Kussainov noted.
According to him, additional 22 billion tenge was used. As a result, today the disbursement on the target transfers amounted to 236.4 billion tenge, or 47% of the annual plan.
Untapped resources, according to the vice minister, are observed in 5 regions: East Kazakhstan region - 86.3%, South Kazakhstan region - 61.7%, Karaganda - 95.1%, Pavlodar - 70.7%, Kyzylorda - 61, 3%.
Akimats pledged to eliminate the backlog in the schedule of disbursements until 1 September.
"I draw the attention of mayors to full and timely development of the allocated funds. It is the personal responsibility of governors and managers of budgetary programs," Karim Massimov said evaluating interim results, as well as noting the lack of effective work on the "Nurly Zhol" program.
The Prime Minister instructed the Ministry of National Economy to analyze the situation with the development of resources in regions.
In addition, JSC "Baiterek" and "Samruk-Kazyna" were instructed to develop contracted funds and commissioning of the planned volume of housing. Mayors of regions, Astana and Almaty cities were instructed to provide timely and proper disbursement of funds for the construction of educational facilities and their commissioning.