Within the framework of his working trip to the region, Prime Minister Karim Massimov has held a meeting with the public of Mangistau region on issues of concern and points of socio-economic development of the region. Participants were able to question not only the Prime Minister, but also the whole Cabinet.
At the meeting, they noted that the region puts an increased focus on social problems, priority is given to the issues of employment of citizens, especially young people. Mayor of the region A. Aidarbayev noted that work is held to prevent the reduction of workers.
The Minister of Education and Science E. Sagadiyev was asked many questions, in particular, school uniform, the transition to a five-day week, the provision of textbooks. Also participants of the meeting raised questions about the construction of schools and hospitals. For example, the deputy chairman of the branch of "Nur Otan" Ondabayev Kalniyaz noted that the region has experienced rapid population growth. So again there are risks for the emergence of three-shift schools, especially in intensively growing districts.
In addition, questions of housing, problematic issues of drinking water for residents of the area were discussed.
Energy Minister K.Bozumbayev, Vice-Minister of Economy A. Arifkhanov, Chairman of the Board of JSC "NC" KazMunaiGas" Mynbayev, mayor of the region A.Aydarbayev gave responses for questions.
It was noted that the Government controls the process of implementation of the "Nurly Zhol" program and the "Employment Roadmap 2020". The Prime Minister instructed the regional administration to complete these projects by the end of the year.
Karim Massimov announced that it will hold a separate session devoted to problems of the youth.
Earlier, during his working trip to Atyrau region, the Prime Minister instructed the Minister of Health and Social Development of the RK T. Duysenova to establish a working group on employment of redundant workers in oil services sector. In addition, the Minister of Energy of Kazakhstan K. Bozumbayev was instructed to create a working group to involve Kazakhstani oilfield service companies in the major oil and gas projects.