Kazakh President's address to the nation in detail and openly deal with domestic, regional and international issues - Jordanian PM
ASTANA. January 31. KAZINFORM Prime Minister of Jordan Abdullah Ensour expressed his opinion on the Kazakh President's new message to the people of Kazakhstan "Strategy Kazakhstan-2050", the press service of the Kazakh Embassy in Jordan said.
"I would like to point out that the Kazakh President's address to the nation in detail and openly deal with domestic, regional and international issues.
The Republic of Kazakhstan and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan are united by the presence of a multi-ethnic multi-confessional society, where successfully coexist different cultures. I am sure they will have a bright future if they preserve unity.
I was very pleased with the significant progress and achievements of Kazakhstan during the years of implementation of the Strategy "Kazakhstan-2030". In particular, in the field of health, including increasing life expectancy and reducing maternal mortality. Achievements in the field of education are amazing", Mr. Abdullah Ensour emphasized.
He also pointed out the project on revival of the Silk Road, which is called "Western Europe-Western China", the transition from the old administrative system to a new type of government, the new personnel policy. "All this will give a powerful impetus to the further development of the country."
In addition, the Jordanian Premier noted invaluable achievements of Kazakhstan in the international arena. The initiative of the President of Kazakhstan "G-Global" urges to join forces to create a single global security system that is consonant with the Jordan's approaches to find a formula of a fair dialogue that will ensure peaceful coexistence for all globally.
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan shares the position of Kazakhstan on the issue of nuclear nonproliferation. Jordan appreciates the efforts and initiatives of President Nursultan Nazarbayev to disarm its nuclear arsenal and close the nuclear weapons test site, as well as the initiative to establish a zone free of nuclear weapons under the UN.