Tokayev calls to cut down on ungrounded image and consulting expenses
Astana. August 27. KazTAG - Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, President of Kazakhstam, has called to cut down on ungrounded image and consulting expenses, Akorda reports.
"A session on budget planning issues chaired by the head of state has been held in Akorda residence. It has involved, Askar Mamin, Prime Minister, Alikhan Smailov, First Deputy Prime Minister- Minister of Finance, Berdibek Saparbayev and Zhenis Kasymbek, Deputy Prime Ministers, Ruslan Dalenov, Minister of National Economy, Natalya Godunova, chairfigure of the accounting committee and representatives of presidential administration. The president has been reported about the main parameters of the drafted republican budget for the next three years. Tokayev has called to optimize the expenses on all the stages of budget planning, closely interact with the accounting committee and to cut down on ungrounded image and consulting expenses," reads the message.
Tokayev said the drafted budget looks balanced and complies with the requirements of socio-economic development of the state.
He assigned to continue optimizing budget expenses and increasing the budget revenues.
The President has assigned the Government to enhance control over the budget process.
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