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Askar Mamin presents new akim to the activists of Aktobe region

by February 26, 2019 Market

Mamin read a letter from the Head of the State proposing Ondasyn Urazalin to the post of the akim of the Aktobe region to the maslikhat deputies. The deputies unanimously supported the candidacy proposed by the President.

Ondasyn Urazalin was born in 1963. He graduated from Aktobe Pedagogical Institute, Kirov Kazakh State University. He held various positions in the public service, worked in the commercial sector. He had been the akim of Mugalzhar district of Aktobe region, deputy akim of Aktobe region. From March 2017 he has worked as deputy head of the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Following the extraordinary session, Mamin held a meeting with the activists of the Aktobe region. The Prime Minister thanked Berdibek Saparbayev for his contribution to the development of the region. In four years the region has achieved significant results in socio-economic development: new industrial projects have been implemented, the social sphere has received a serious boost. Mamin wished Saparbayev success in his work at the new post and expressed confidence that he would meet the high expectations of the Head of State. Recall, by the Decree of the President Nursultan Nazarbayev, Saparbayev was relieved of his post as akim of the Aktobe region and appointed Minister of Labor and Social Protection of the Population.

Presenting the new akim, the Prime Minister noted that Ondasyn Urazalin has extensive experience in various senior positions, including as deputy akim of the Aktobe region. In recent years, he has worked as deputy head of the Presidential Administration. He knows the specifics of both regional work and social modernization. Mamin wished success to the new akim and expressed confidence that Urazalin, together with the region’s activists, will ensure high-quality implementation of the tasks set by the Head of State.

Source: The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan