Kazakh delegation studied experience of local government in Poland
Kazakhstan, Astana, March 31 /Trend D. Mukhtarov/
Kazakh delegation headed by Vice Minister of Economic Development and Trade Marat Kusainov visited Poland to study Polish experience of local government, reforms on decentralization of public administration and mechanisms of functioning of the system of local government, press service of Kazakhstan Foreign Ministry reported.
At meetings with administration of several key ministries, particularly Vice-Minister of Economy Andrzej Dycha, Vice Minister of administration and digital systems Magdalena Wilamowska, head of the largest Masovian Voivodeship Adam Struzik, the Kazakh delegation comprising representatives of relevant ministries of Kazakhstan and executive bodies of the three areas discussed work and practical achievements of the Polish system of local government.
Representatives of Polish central and regional authorities have expressed interest in enhancing cooperation with Kazakhstan in the field of organization and further exchange of experience in local government.
Kazakhstan delegation also visited Polish city Grodzisk Mazowiecki, where they met with the city mayor's office and got acquainted with the industrial and cultural sites.
One of the leading Polish companies in the field of IT-technology "Sygnity Europe" presented to Kazakh delegation the latest program in the field of "e-government" for local governments and interagency documents.
According to experts, the Polish experience of local government is considered one of the most successful reforms in Central and Eastern Europe.