Russian expert: G20 should listen to the anti-crisis initiatives of the President of Kazakhstan
25 February 2013 17:55

Russian expert: G20 should listen to the anti-crisis initiatives of the President of Kazakhstan

ASTANA. February 25. KAZINFORM - Members of "Big Twenty" should listen to the anti-crisis initiatives of President Nursultan Nazarbayev.

Anatoly Spitsyn, the director of the Strategic Studies Institute of problems EurAsEC integration, vice-president of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, doctor of economic sciences, professor of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, said about that during his lecture at the Moscow Kazakh University of Economics, Finance and International Trade (KazUEFMT).

Speaking to the students Professor Spitsyn was dwelling on the problems of modern world economy. According to the scientist, the apparent success in the development of Kazakhstan and the significant growth of the economic potential of the country's independence are directly related to the government regulation. Our guest emphasized the value of Kazakhstan 2030 Strategy in establishing the independent state and good timing of the new Kazakhstan-2050 strategic program.

At the lecture Professor Spitsyn emphasized the scientific importance of the initiatives of President Nursultan Nazarbayev for the development of the world economy and economic integration in the Eurasian region. According to him the implementation of those initiatives of the President might have a positive impact on the current world economic situation. In the expert's opinion progress of our country amid the world financial and economic crisis along with the global initiatives of Nursultan Nazarbayev deserve to be the subject of a forthcoming "Big Twenty" summit in St. Petersburg in September, says the press service of KazUEFMT.

It should be recalled that Russia officially invited Kazakhstan to the summit among other six countries along with Spain, Singapore and other countries. At that our republic has become the first and only country of the former Soviet Union to have been honored such an invitation.

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