Tuesday, 08 August 2017, 06:00:00
Today during the Government meeting the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Sagintayev assessed the current situation on the implementation of Program for the Development of Productive Employment and Mass Entrepreneurship and the Business Roadmap - 2020. He also gave a number of instructions for their improvement and further implementation.
Bakytzhan Sagintayev noted that according to the reports of the Ministries, for today it is clearly visible on which position in the implementation of the Program each region is located. And even though there are less than five months left until the end of the year, some regions are still behind. The Prime Minister urged the akims at the local level to take a more serious approach to fulfilling their obligations under the Program and to intensify their work.
The Prime Minister stressed that the creation of jobs is the main criterion for assessing the activities of akims. At the same time, it is important to create permanent jobs, for which purpose it is necessary to boost and improve work with enterprises qualitatively.
Also Bakytzhan Sagintayev noted that proposals for improving the program tools announced by the Ministry of Labor should be supported and, after working out with all the state bodies before the end of September, submitted to the Government for approval.
In addition, the Prime Minister supported the idea of synchronizing social packages for training unemployed and young people, provided in the framework of the Program for the Development of Productive Employment and Mass Entrepreneurship, as well as the social project "Serpin".
Bakytzhan Sagintayev also instructed to keep the work on the implementation of the Business Roadmap - 2020 program at a progressive pace and continue to improve it in the future. In this regard, the MNE RK, the related state bodies and the NCE together with the Baiterek holding and local executive bodies are instructed to take measures on timely development of the allocated funds for 2017, and also to work out proposals for improving the program.