Kazakh President orders to build social "lifts" for young people
Azerbaijan, Baku, April 27 / Trend E. Kosolapova/
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev ordered the government to develop a package of legislative socio-economic measures to build social "lifts" for young people, Kazinform reported.
"The main problem of the young people is the lack of employment, lack of equal initial opportunities. There are many cases when having good, high-quality overseas education, a young professional can not find a job to realize his potential," Nazarbayev said at the 19th session of the Kazakh People's Assembly on Friday.
The President also ordered the Ministry of Education and Science to create a Scientific-Research Center in the Lev Gumilev Eurasian National University to study the social processes among the young people.
Moreover, Nazarbayev ordered to develop measures which will protect the young people from the influence of pseudo-religious groups. The President said that a firm adherence to the principles of the secular state will be a strong guarantee for the Kazakhstan's society development in future. However, high values professed by every religion will always be maintained and respected by the Kazakh authorities, Nazarbayev said.