President • 10 April, 2018

Kazakh President meets with first deputy chairman of Nur Otan party

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At the meeting, the President of Kazakhstan was provided with information on the current activities of the party, as well as a report on the results of the IV Congress of Zhas Otan youth wing. This was reported by the press service of Akorda.

The Head of State noted the important mission of the youth wing of the party in the process of implementing state policy.

"The congress of Zhas Otan youth wing was a success. In accordance with my mandate, political work must be carried out among young people. The goal of Zhas Otan is to rally all young people of Kazakhstan around," Nursultan Nazarbayev said.

During the meeting, Maulen Ashimbayev detailed on the results achieved following the congress.

"More than 1500 delegates from all regions and districts took part in the IV Congress. On the first day of the forum, the party conference, five special panel sessions were held," said the first deputy chairman of the Nur Otan party.

In addition, M. Ashimbayev reported to the President of Kazakhstan on the party's participation in the implementation of strategic state and industry programs, including Ruhani Zhangyru and Digital Kazakhstan.

Also, the first deputy chairman of Nur Otan party informed the Head of State about the progress of the formation of the Party's personnel reserve.

Following the meeting, Nursultan Nazarbayev gave a number of specific instructions in the direction of strengthening the work of the party in various fields of activity.

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