Kazakh Citizens Commend First President, Nursultan Nazarbayev’s 30 Years Legacy
Kazakhstan’s First President, Nursultan Nazarbayev is lauded by the local Kazakhs as an effective reformer who created a profound foundation for the country’s economic partnership.
In over three decades, the country has made significant progress in the modernization and innovative developments of industrial facilities as well as ensures the success of digital transformation in all sectors of the economy.
Agricultural producer in Kostanai region, Ibrash Yestayev said the First President has ensured that the local agrarians are provided with subsidies for livestock breeding and crop farming.
“The Government also allocated money for agricultural machinery and they have introduced various agricultural development programs. Nursultan Nazarbayev’s efforts have significantly improved the agricultural industry,” he said.
Apart from subsidies, the Kazakh Government is providing loans and grants for agrarians to maintain and expand their businesses.
Over the past four years, more than 140 billion Tenge were invested in Kostanai region’s agricultural industry.
Another agricultural producer, Marat Akhmetov said it is important for local agrarians to continue contributing to the stabilization and development of Kazakhstan’s economy.
He attributed the success of the farmers to Nazarbayev’s achievements.
Meanwhile, metallurgists in Eastern Kazakhstan region also shared their thoughts on the First President’s role in the establishment of the country.
They said that he often initiated large reforms in terms of industrial developments as well as instruct the production of new facilities and encourage the usage of latest technologies, particularly in healthcare and education.
A group of steelworkers in the region has expressed their gratitude to the First President, alongside teachers, doctors and agrarians.
“I would like to express my deepest gratitude to our First President for those 30 years, which he devoted to leading Kazakhstan”.
“I am very thankful that we live in a peaceful environment. We have multiple opportunities, our children are educated for free and we have access to free health treatments,” Head of Department of Mother and Chid Center, Alexander Patrin said.