Astana, Kazakhstan, April 3
By Daniyar Mukhtarov - Trend:
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev met with the managing composition of the renewed Presidential Administration, a message posted on the website of the country's president said.
"As you know, the Presidential Administration has been entrusted with a great responsibility; the effectiveness of the public administration system depends on your work.
The Administration is also the main supervisory body on compliance with the execution of the adopted decisions and orders by coordinating regional and central executive bodies.
In this context, the main task is to ensure the adoption and implementation of all the necessary decisions meeting the interests of the country's citizens," the president said.
During the meeting the president thanked Karim Massimov for the work done by him in the post of the Presidential Administration head, adding that the decision on transferring him to the post of prime minister was made "in order to give additional impetus to the government's work in such a difficult period."
Karim Massimov was appointed to the post of Kazakhstan's prime minister on April 2.
"We have goals under the Kazakhstan 2050 Strategy and the government should intensify its activity on achieving these goals. This is a responsible and difficult task," Nazarbayev said.
The head of state also pointed out that Adilbek Dzhaksybekov who previously served as defense minister, has been appointed Kazakhstan's secretary of state in accordance to his decree.
"The secretary of state performs a wide range of functions, and the experience and knowledge acquired by Adilbek Jaksybekov in the previous areas of activity will greatly help to solve the tasks in the new post," Nazarbayev said.
Additionally, the president informed them about the appointment of Nurlan Nigmatulin, who previously served as head of Majlis (lower house of the parliament), to the post of Presidential Administration head, adding that he has a great work experience.
Translated by L.Z.
Edited by C.N.
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