Video Digest: Results of Prime Minister Askar Mamin’s working trip to Almaty region
On May 23, the Prime Minister Askar Mamin paid a working visit to the Almaty region, where he inspected the development of agriculture and water resources, as well as housing and engineering infrastructure of the region.
In Aksu district, Mamin got acquainted with the course of reconstruction of the Kyzylagash reservoir. The design capacity of the reservoir is 42 million m³. In the upcoming growing season, the reservoir will expand the area of irrigated land and provide additional water about 7 thousand hectares.
The head of government was informed about projects to modernize the irrigation system of the Almaty region. Today, the region is actively continuing work on the reconstruction of irrigation networks. In the Almaty region, the total length of irrigation networks is 16.6 km. This is the largest indicator in the republic. In this regard, systematic work is underway in the region to develop water management.
The prime minister examined the experimental demonstration fields, dairy farms and the material and technical base of the leading peasant farms in the Balkhash, Eskeldin and Talgar districts of the Almaty region.
Mamin was presented with the development of domestic research institutes in the fields of crop production, animal husbandry and veterinary medicine, projects in intensive farming, horse breeding, expansion of meat and milk production, as well as the development of deep processing of agricultural products.
In Taldykorgan, the prime minister inspected the development of housing infrastructure, the progress of gas supply to the region, as well as the implementation of the Nurly Zhol, Employment Roadmap 2020 and others.
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