Cultivation of marketable fish in Kazakhstan in the next 7 years is planned to reach 270 thousand tons per year, domestic consumption of products from it to increase to 134 thousand tons. This was announced by Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources Yerlan Nysanbayev at a press conference at the site of the Central Communications Service.
On July 5, the main Unified National Testing was completed in Kazakhstan. The exam for schoolchildren was held in electronic format on the principle of "1 computer - 2 cameras - 1 test taker". Details on how the testing was held, told at a briefing in the SCC Vice-Minister of Science and Higher Education Kuanysh Ergaliev and Director of the National Testing Center of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan Ruslan Yemelbaev.
On 7,8,9 June, the Russian city of Sochi hosted major international events - meetings of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council and CIS Council of Heads of Government, a plenary session of the Third Eurasian Congress, the exhibition "Eurasia - Our Home" and the opening of the second EAEC and CIS Youth Forum. The programme for the three days was rich.
On May 18, the main unified national testing began in the schools of Kazakhstan. It will last until July 5. As reported in the Ministry of Science and Higher Education more than 166 thousand applicants submitted 305 thousand applications including two attempts.
The Central Communications Service under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan held a briefing on the development of electronic public services. The briefing was attended by Deputy Ministers of Labor and Social Protection of Population Yerbol Ospanov, of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry Asset Turyssov, and of Justice Bekbolat Moldabekov.
On the platform of the SCC Deputy Minister of Agriculture of Kazakhstan Abulkhair Tamabek told about the progress of preparations for the spring field work.
A plenary session of the forum with the participation of the heads of government of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) member states was held in Almaty on 3 February. The main topic of discussion was the development of sustainable digital infrastructure and new technologies in telecommunications.
During the first 11 months of 2022 in Kazakhstan the total mortality rate decreased by 30% (29.7%) compared to the same period of the previous year. One can also note the reduction of mortality from circulatory system diseases by almost 34% (33.7%), cancer by 8% (8.3%), mortality from respiratory diseases by 1.7 times, and mortality from tuberculosis decreased by 12.5%. These data were reported by Health Minister Azhar Giniyat at the Ministry of Healthcare's Board meeting held today, January 10.
The enlarged meeting of the collegium of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Kazakhstan was held in Astana. Representatives of the Republic of Kazakhstan Presidential Administration, the Republic of Kazakhstan Parliament, the Republic of Kazakhstan Government Apparatus, rectors of universities, heads of research institutes and subordinate organizations, as well as public figures of the country took part in its work. Minister of science and higher education of Republic of Kazakhstan Sayasat Nurbek, chairman of Committee of science of Ministry of science and higher education Darkhan Ahmed-Zaki, executive secretary - board member of NCE "Atameken" Nurlan Sakuov and PhD, professor, freelance adviser to Ministry of science and higher education Tansaule Serikov made report on results of 2022 and tasks for 2023 in light of election program of Head of State Tokayev.
The creation of new production facilities, e.g. a plant or a factory, is a labour-intensive and time-consuming process that not every entrepreneur is prepared to undertake. This is the reason why the Government has provided support measures for business initiatives, in particular, within the framework of the National Project on Entrepreneurship Development for 2021-2025, which was developed on the instruction of the President of Kazakhstan.