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12 Февраля, 2020 18:05

Slovak Former President Ivan Gašparovič welcomes Kazakh reforms

Former President of the Slovak Republic Ivan Gašparovič welcomes the course of reforms implemented in Kazakhstan, and believes that they will ensure further progressive development of the country, he said at a meeting with the Ambassador of Kazakhstan in Bratislava Roman Vassilenko, Strategy2050.kz reports with reference to the Kazakh foreign ministry’s press service.

Slovak Former President Ivan Gašparovič welcomes Kazakh reforms   | Strategy2050.kz

Ivan Gašparovič visited Kazakhstan twice in 2010 - first on an official visit, then - to participate in the OSCE summit. In 2007, he received First President of Kazakhstan - Elbasy Nursultan Nazarbayev during his state visit to the capital of Slovakia.

As the Slovak Former President noted at the meeting, he warmly recalls his visits to Kazakhstan, all these years he has been closely following the country's development and is impressed by his achievements. Welcoming the course of political and socio-economic reforms outlined by President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, the Slovak Former President noted the particular relevance and importance of strengthening the rule of law, protecting human rights, improving the investment climate, which together is designed to give a serious effect both for stimulating domestic economic growth, and for expanding cooperation with business circles of other countries.

According to him, the potential for expanding cooperation between Slovakia and Kazakhstan may lie in the areas of industry, including automotive, design and engineering, processing of agricultural products, information technology.

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SMEs will make up at least 50% of the GDP

abour productivity will reach up to $126 000 and 3 to 6 y.o. kids will have 100% access to pre-school education in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan will fully satisfy its own market of POL in compliance with the new environmental standards

The share of non-primary exports in total exports will double and triple by 2040

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95% of the population will speak Kazakh

15% of the area under cultivation will make use of water-saving technologies.

The issue of providing water for irrigation will be resolve

GDP per capita will stand at $60 000

The urban population will represent 70% of the total population in Kazakhstan