Government • 18 May, 2020

PM inspects development of Semey city and preparations for 175th anniversary of Abai

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As part of his working trip to Semey and Abai disctrict of the East Kazakhstan region, Prime Minister Askar Mamin inspected the implementation of state programs and preparations for the celebration of the 175th anniversary of Abai.

In Semey, the head of government was informed about the implementation of the Comprehensive Plan for the Socio-Economic Development of the city for 2020-2025, the Employment Roadmap 2020 and Nurly Zher programs. In particular, Mamin got acquainted with the reconstruction of the square, museum and theater named after Abai, as well as the construction of the Karagaily microdistrict and a multidisciplinary cultural and sports complex.

“Semey has a special place in the cultural, spiritual heritage and history of independent Kazakhstan. The country's leadership pays special attention to the socio-economic development of the city and improving the quality of life of the population,” said Mamin, instructing to ensure the timely implementation of all planned city development projects.

Mamin inspected the development of social and engineering infrastructure of the administrative center of the Abai district — Karauyl village. So, the head of government was informed about the construction of a secondary school with 300 seats, the construction of the Abai park, as well as the reconstruction of the water supply networks of the village.

The prime minister visited the state historical, cultural and literary memorial reserve-museum of Abay, Zhidebay-Borili, where he got acquainted with the course of restoration work of the memorial complex Abai-Shakarim and examined the museum, house of Abai.

The head of government instructed to complete in a timely and high-quality manner all the work planned for the 175th anniversary of Abai to repair and modernize historical and cultural sites in Semey and the Abai district.

“The anniversary will be celebrated at the state level. This event has great ideological and historical meaning for the people of Kazakhstan,” Mamin emphasized.

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