This week Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev will chair the Government meeting on the progress of implementing the Healthcare Development State Program “Densaulyk” for 2016-2019, as well as a number of regulatory documents on social security issues.

Within the framework of implementing instructions given by the Head of State in his Presidential Address “Third Modernization of Kazakhstan: Global Competitiveness”, Prime Minister will chair a meeting of the State Commission for Modernization.

March 16-17, per the instructions of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, a working visit of the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan to the East Kazakhstan region is planned. During the trip B. Sagintayev will visit a number of industrial facilities in the region and will get acquainted with the activities of the "Nazarbayev Intellectual School" branch in Semey. It is expected that Bakytzhan Sagintayev will meet with workers of industrial facilities and the youth.

This week Prime Minister B. Sagintayev has planned a number of international meetings with President of “Telia Company” J. Dennelind and President of "Tele2 AB" group A. Kirkby, during which it is planned to discuss the “Digital Kazakhstan" program.

This week First Deputy Prime Minister A. Mamin will hold a meeting of the working group on audit of state control and supervisory functions, as well as a meeting on airport operations and development of small aircraft, on the matters of SEZ “PIT”, videoconference with backbone enterprises and a meeting on industrial zones.

In addition, Askar Mamin will make a visit to Moscow, where he will take part in the meeting of the EEC and the CIS Economic Council.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture A. Myrzakhmetov will hold meetings on implementing the state program for developing the agro-industrial complex. This week A. Myrzakhmetov will chair a meeting of the Agrarian Policy Council.

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Published: 13 March 2017

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