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Issimbayeva: The third modernization is reliable bridge to future of Kazakhstan

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by January 31, 2017 World Sports

“The practice of President’s Address to the people has become an integral political tradition in Kazakhstan. Each annual Address summed up one development period and put the task to the new one. The Addresses, voiced earlier and marked two economic development, acquired the real shape in the form of hundreds of hospitals and clinics, thousands of schools and nurseries, tens of thousands of new roads, hundreds of thousands of square meters of housing, new businesses, new jobs. “The third modernization of Kazakhstan: global competitiveness” is a new imperative, on the eve of the beginning of a new era, the era of the fourth industrial revolution. The third modernization is a reliable bridge to the future for the growth and the successful joining the 30 most developed countries”, G. Issimbayeva told.

She also noted that the Head of State in the Address identified priorities that should be carried out, which must be achieved, to fulfill the goals.

“This is the cultivation of new industries, the modernization of basic sectors of the economy, the development of mass enterprises, provision of productive employment, development of human capital and above all education and health as the main factors of competitiveness”, Deputy Chairwoman of the Majilis said.

She also stressed that in the Address instructions to create a single online platform of all vacant jobs in all regions are given.

“This will allow citizens from one source to see and select the desired workspace. Each of five priorities is aimed at a specific person, economic development, and the goal of improving people’s well-being, improving the welfare of the individual citizen. The faction of “Nur Otan” party fully supports the Address of the Head of State “The third modernization of Kazakhstan: global competitiveness,” as the fundamental program document defines a new era of development of Kazakhstan and this goal is achievable for Kazakhstan”, Mrs. Issimbayeva concluded.

Source: Kazakhstan 2050

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