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More than 80 industrial enterprises launched in Pavlodar rgn over 25 years

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by December 15, 2016 Business

“Having successfully implemented The major reforms allow Kazakhstan to become competitive and to be recognized by the world community. One evidence is the international exhibition EXPO-2017. Over 25 years of independence stability and prosperity, peace and interethnic concord – our main wealth. Certainly, it is the result of deliberate state policy of the First President Nursultan Nazarbayev”, – said the governor.

As he said, the region has contributed to the establishment of an independent state.

“So, the region opened more than 80 industrial enterprises. Especially important for our economy was the breakthrough project: Kazakhstan aluminum metal electrolysis plant; a seamless pipes plant; chlorine and caustic soda plant and Bozshakol mining and concentration complex; the development of the copper industry. These are the largest industrial construction projects of the country”, – said B. Bakauov.

In addition, over 25 years of independence the region built 49 schools for 25 thousand pupils, solved the problem of emergency schools and three-shift education. 93 new kindergartens were built and rebuilt and 261 mini-centers were opened. The number of health care facilities increased two-fold.

“Within “Nurly Zhol”, we discovered two large objects. It is the largest arch bridge in Central Asia with capacity of 10 thousand vehicles per day. Aksu opened a kindergarten at the expense of the funds of the National Fund. Over 25 years, more than 3 million square meters of housing was built”, – said the head of the region.

At a solemn meeting, the Governor held the awarding ceremony for residents by the Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan for service, public activity, significant contribution to the socio-economic and cultural development of the country, strengthening friendship and cooperation between peoples. In total there are 52 people.

Source: Kazakhtan 2050

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