During his trip across the North Kazakhstan Region, Senator Yerik Sultanov visited several districts and spoke with their residents. The deputy got acquainted with the implementation of infrastructure projects, particularly the construction of sewerage systems and sewage treatment plants, as well as a 50-apartment dwelling house.
Along with this, Yerik Sultanov met with residents of the region who had previously moved from the southern regions of the country under the Yenbek State Program. The senator noted the significance of the realization of this state program, which allows solving several important problems, including the problem of a shortage of human resources in the northern regions of the country. At the same time, he emphasized that the national leadership is now giving great attention to the creation of decent conditions for resettlers and senators will continue to monitor this issue.
The senator discussed the pricing of agricultural products with the region’s agricultural workers. During the meeting with farmers of the Aiyrtau district at the local dairy company, the senator underscored the importance of expanding the local products market throughout the region.
“Milk should be purchased from the population of the district at a decent price. All retail outlets of the district must be provided with dairy products of the local production,” the senator said.
The deputy also checked on the construction of the multifunctional sports complex, the only one in the region, which is being erected using the air-supported structure technology. After inspecting the construction site, the Senate deputy emphasized the need for stringent control over the expenditure of finances, as well as ensuring the timely commissioning of the sports facility.
(Press Office of the Senate, 74-72-27)