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ASTANA, March 21. /TASS/. Kazakhstan needs unity and stability to accomplish its strategic plans, President Nursultan Nazarbayev said at a meeting marking the spring holiday of Novruz on Saturday.
"Our country has worked out and is implementing plans for future development, including the Kazakhstan-2050 strategy and the Path to the Future program, as well as the construction of new social and infrastructure facilities," he said.
"For all this it needs solidarity of the people, respect and trust to each other, stability in the country," the press service quotes the leader as saying.
The president sounded a confident note, saying that now "when the world is witnessing crisis phenomena, Kazakhstan has enough resources to cope with this."
The Kazakhstan-2050 strategy is a detailed plan of joining the 30 developed nations of the world. It will proceed in two stages, the first one embracing the period up to 2030 in which traditional sectors of the Kazakh economy will be developed and the industrial sector will be built.
At the second stage, the country will work on creating conditions for stable development on the principles of science-based economy.
Another program, Nurly Zhol (The Path to the Future) was launched at the end of 2014, and seeks to implement a large-scale program for the development of republic’s infrastructure.