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  • PSCs switched over to proactive format of public service (PHOTO)
13 May, 2020 17:14

PSCs switched over to proactive format of public service (PHOTO)

On May 11, Kazakhstan lifted the state of emergency, so a number of organizations resumed their work. Kazakhstan’s Public Service Centers did not stop their work and served legal entities. The specialized department of the branch of the Government for Citizens state corporation in the city of Nur-Sultan (specialized PSC) continued to service car dealerships during the emergency situation. On May 12, the specialized PSC opened its doors to individuals, providing them with additional consultant services in specially designed booths for these purposes. The Strategy2050.kz correspondents have visited the specialized PSC and found out how services are affordable for the citizens after the lifting of the state of emergency in Kazakhstan.

PSCs switched over to proactive format of public service (PHOTO) | Strategy2050.kz
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