Kazakhstan ambassador to Mongolia: Kazakhstan plans to become one of the 30 developed countries

On January 22, the occasion of the 22th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and the Republic of Kazakhstan. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Kazakhstan Mr.Kakybek Koblanding and First Secretary of Embassy J.Kalibyekov met with Mongolian journalists at " Information Center" of Montsame agency.
The main objective of the meeting was to introduce an appeal ' Kazakhstan course-2050' issued on January 17, 2014 by N.A.Nazarbayev, President of the Republic of Kazakhstan regarding the country's strategic program until 2050. This long-term strategic program aims to include Kazakhstan in the list of 30 developed countries by 2050.
Ambassador Kakybek Koblanding said, " in order to implement 'Kazakhstan course-2050', we are planning to increase the gross domestic product by 4.5 times or 60 thousand dolalrs per year, export products by 70 percent, growth of the science sector by 3 percent, amount of wages up to 40 percent, as well as extend coal, oil, natural gas production, enhance industries of electronic and laser equipment, processing of rare earth elements, create production of communication, medicine and medical equipment".
He added that Mongolian citizens are entitled to visit to Kazakhstan visa-free for a period of 90 days. There are about 50 agreements regulating the relations between Mongolia and Kazakhstan. Our Embassy is continuing dialogue on some issue of opening direct flights between Ulaanbaatar-Astana and Bayan-Ulgii-Almata, solving transit transportation, and alleviating citizenship registration procedures for people migrating between the two countries. In the future, we are interested to cooperate with Mongolia in industry, agriculture and crops.
Kazakhstan intends to implement a goal to be included in the 30 developed countries through two stages. The first stage is to be continued up to 2030, the second until 2030-3050. During the first five years, objectives to create an automobile, aircraft and rail industry will be implemented. In the second five years, research works on moveable communications, multimedia and nano and space technology, as well as new resources energy will be implemented.
It is considered that the most important key of the country's development is to increase labor productivity 5 times or up to $ 126 thousand  compared to current $ 24.4 thousand.
In last year, Kazakhstan produced 81 million tons of minerals. This amount will reach 120 million tons by the 2020. For Kazakhstan, the transport sector should be the main indicator of socio-economic development. The country has started building a ' Jyezkazgan-Shalkar-Byeinyeu's' 1200 km railway. The railway will connect the eastern and western parts of the country through cities and settled centers. This construction will be finished by 2015; thus the country will be connected with Europe through the Caspian Sea and the Caucasus mountains. As for the eastern part of the country, a related agreement was concluded with China to connect the country with the Chinese Pacific port of Lyaninyungani. 
Mongolia and Kazakhstan established diplomatic relations on January 22, 1992. The same year, Mongolia opened its Embassy in Almaty, then in 1997, Kazakhstan opened its Embassy in Ulaanbaatar


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