Kazakhstan's Cabinet formed04 april 2014, 22:49
Forming of the new Cabinet of Minister has been completed in Kazakhstan, Tengrinews reports citing Akorda.
Bakhytzhan Sagintaev was appointed the First Deputy Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan.
Gulshara Abdykalikova was named a Deputy Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan.
Asset Isekeshev remained a Deputy Prime-Minister and the Minister of Industry and New Technologies of Kazakhstan.
Some other ministers retained their positions as well. Bakhyt Sultanov stayed in his capacity of a Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Finance. Sultanov was appointed to this position in November of 2013.
Asylzhan Mamytbekov remained the Minister of Agriculture. Mamytbekov has been at this position since 2011.
Berik Imashev remained the Minister of Justice.
Aslan Sarinzhipov stayed the Minister of Education and Science.
Salidat Karibekova retained her position of the Minister of Healthcare.
Tamara Duisenova remained the Minister of Labour and Social Protection.
Zhenis Kasymov retained his position of the Minister of Transportation and Communications.
Nurlan Kapparov remained the Minister of Environment and Water Resources.
Arystanbek Mukhamediuly stayed the Minister of Culture.
Uzakbai Karabalin stayed the Minister of Oil and Gas.
Bolat Zhamishev stayed the Minister of Regional Development.
Yerlan Idrisov retained his post of the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Vladimir Bozhko was appointed the Minister of Emergency Situations.
Kalmukhanbet Kasymov remained the Minister of Interior.
Yerbolat Dosayev remained the Minister of Economy and Budget Planning.
Zhanar Aitzhanova remained the Minister of Economic Integration.
Chairman of the Agency for Information and Communication of Kazakhstan Askar Zhumagaliev was acknowledged a cabinet member.
Former Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Serik Akhmetov was appointed the Minister of Defense.
Adilbek Dzhaksybekov, the former Minister of Defence, was appointed the State Secretary.
The first meeting of the government took place today under the chairmanship of the new Prime Minister Karim Massimov.