Kazakhstan will continue implementation of all strategic development programs - Nazarbayev's spokesman
Almaty. April 23. KazTAG - Kazakhstan will continue implementation of all the strategic development programs, said Aidos Ukibay, spokesman of Nursultan Nazarbayev, first president of Kazakhstan.
“During the recent meeting at the central office of the Nur Otan party and during the meeting of the Security Council, Nursultan Nazarbayev emphasized that the state will continue implementing all the strategic development programs. He also indicated social initiatives proposed at the party congress. It is important to mark that increasing the level of people's well-being and prosperity will always remain the priority tasks for Nursultan Nazarbayev, chairman of the Security Council and the Nur Otan party,” Ukibay said in an interview with TASS on the eve of the 19th extraordinary congress of the Nur Otan party, which will be held on Tuesday.
He clarified that all further steps of Nazarbayev will be aimed at performing these tasks.
Responding the question about the continuity of power in the country, the spokesman said that the current president of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, is a person “who has rich life experience and key public administration skills”.
“For all the years of his service, Kassym -Jomart Kemelevich has proved himself to be an effective manager, demonstrating effectiveness in all areas of work entrusted to him. Attention should be paid to the fact that Tokayev was not appointed to the presidency, as some experts note. He assumed powers in accordance with the norms of the Constitution. And now the current president is implementing the strategic course of development of the country laid down by Elbasy, " he said.
He reminded that Nazarbayev resigned from his post on March 19.
“Thanks to his foresight and wisdom, he created all the conditions for the peaceful transfer of power to a new generation of managers. The world community and citizens of the country approach this step with deep understanding and great respect, " he said.
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