First session of working group on development of project of Strategy of Social and Economic Development of Kazakhstan till 2020 took place in Astana First session of working group on development of project of Strategy of Social and Economic Development of
Astana. November 13. Kazakhstan Today - The first session of the working group on development of the project of Strategy of Social and Economic Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan till 2020 took place on Wednesday under the presidency of the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan, Karim Masimov, the agency reports referring to the prime minister's press service. According to the press service, the representatives of administration of Kazakhstan president, the members of the government, Majilis of Parliament, and other state bodies took part in the work of the session. "The working group was created to realize the assignment of the President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, on creation of Strategy of Development of the country till 2020 within the limits of the long-term strategy of development Kazakhstan-2030. The members of the working group will consider measures on realization of the long-term priorities for the period 2010 - 2020 in the developed project of strategy," the press service of the prime minister explains. According to the press release, during the first session the members of the working group discussed international experience in the sphere of strategic planning and data on tentative assessment of the course of realization of the strategic plan for development of the country till 2010. The plan of measures on development of the project of strategy assumes development of proposals on defining of further model of development of the country, creation of sections with indicators and target parameters describing stages and degree of achievement of the formulated goals and objectives. The plan provides preparation of the project of strategy with its subsequent discussion and coordination with the representatives of business-structures, institutes of civil society, and interested state bodies.
Resourse: Kazakhstan Today