Politics • 17 June, 2019

Askar Mamin introduces the head of new Ministry of Trade and Integration of the Republic of Kazakhstan

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It is reported by the press service of PM.

Prime Minister Askar Mamin introduced Bakhyt Sultanov, new minister appointed by the Head of State to the staff of the new Ministry of Trade and Integration of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Presenting Sultanov, Askar Mamin noted his great experience in senior positions. He headed the ministries of economy and budget planning, finance. In various years, he has worked as deputy prime minister, assistant to the president, deputy head of the Presidential Administration. Until recently, he has served as akim of the city of Nur-Sultan.

“Sultanov has the necessary experience for the organization of the work of the new state body and the qualitative fulfillment of the tasks set,” said Mamin.

The prime minister expressed his confidence that Sultanov would justify the high trust of the president and ensure the high-quality implementation of the important tasks assigned to the new Ministry.

The Ministry of Trade and Integration of the Republic of Kazakhstan has been assigned functions in the field of domestic and foreign trade policy, export coordination and promotion, technical regulation and standardization.


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