President • 05 June, 2018

The Head of State holds a meeting with Akim of Mangistau region

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At the meeting, the Head of State was presented the reports on the socio-economic development of the region and the preparations for the Summit of the Heads of Caspian States.

The President of Kazakhstan pointed to the need to carefully study the organizational issues of the Summit. This was reported by the press service of Akorda.

"It is planned to hold the Summit of the Heads of Caspian States in Aktau, in which leaders and delegations from five countries will take part. It is necessary to work out all the organizational issues of the upcoming meeting," Nursultan Nazarbayev said.

In addition, Yeraly Tugzhanov reported on the progress of implementation of state and sectoral programs in the sphere of development of production, construction, agriculture, as well as attracting investments.

"There is an increase in basic economic indicators. Implementation of all tasks set by you is carried out. At the end of 2017, production capacity in the region reached 100.1 percent," the akim of Mangistau region said.

Following the meeting, the Head of State gave a number of specific instructions.

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