"For the first time your investments are involved in the processing industry, and this is an important contribution to the agricultural complex of Kazakhstan. All the products manufactured here go to the foreign market, which contributes to an increase in the country's exports, job creation and profit. All this is very important", the President of Kazakhstan said during the inspection of the workshop of "Tayinsha May" LLP.
After the inspection of the enterprise, Governor of the region Kumar Aksakalov reported on the results of the social and economic development of North Kazakhstan region for the first half of 2018.
Nursultan Nazarbayev noted that North Kazakhstan region, whose agricultural land has the highest quality of soil in the country, traditionally specializes in the agrarian sector, and stressed that a quarter of Kazakhstani grain production falls on this region.
"The potential of agriculture has not been yet used at the proper level. At the same time, the region's farmers are high-level experts in agriculture and grain production. At the same time, it is necessary to engage in the development of the livestock sector", the Head of State concluded.
In addition, the Governor of the region informed about the preparations for holding the XV interregional Kazakh-Russian forum.
The President of Kazakhstan gave a number of instructions on expanding the agrarian potential of the region through the introduction of scientific achievements and digitization in agriculture, as well as on enhancing the cross-border cooperation, further development of industrial production and tourism, and enhancing the investment and business attractiveness of the region.
"Five social initiatives" should help address these issues. It is necessary to ensure their high-quality implementation on the ground", Nursultan Nazarbayev said.
It should be noted that "Tayinsha May" LLP is one of the largest enterprises of the agricultural cluster of the region. The plant is equipped with modern equipment of European production and is capable of processing up to 1000 tons of raw materials per day. The company employs 46 people.
In addition, the Head of State familiarized with the construction of 14 residential houses for immigrants from other regions of Kazakhstan in the village of Ilyichevka.
Talking to the families of the migrants, Nursultan Nazarbayev noted that the state is taking all measures to support the settlers, and also told about his life's path.
"You know that I was born near Almaty. At the age of 17 I left home. Having made this decision, I passed the labor path in different regions, through difficulties I became what I am. You are doing this for the sake of the future of your children", the President of Kazakhstan said.
In conclusion, the Head of State wished the new settlers good health, success, happiness and prosperity in a new place.
According to the information, in total in 2018 about 900 people have moved to North Kazakhstan region, comprising 235 families. All immigrants are provided with rental housing and are employed. The total amount of subsidies for relocation and cost recovery is more than 1 billion tenge.
Also, the President inspected agricultural lands in Tayinshy district, got acquainted with the progress of harvesting campaign and expressed confidence that a good crop will be harvested in North Kazakhstan region this year.
Addressing agricultural producers of the region, the President of Kazakhstan noted the need to diversify the agricultural production and develop livestock.
"We cannot stop at what we have achieved, we need to introduce scientific and digital technologies into production. The productivity of labor cannot be raised without the development of the processing industry", Nursultan Nazarbayev said.
In turn, the heads of enterprises thanked the President of Kazakhstan for the great attention to the needs of agricultural producers and the state support of the agricultural sector.
In addition, the Head of State inspected the agricultural exhibition, at which samples of tractors, harvesters and other harvesting equipment collected at the region's plants were presented.