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The basic principles and objectives declared by the UN 65 years ago are still relevant and demanding in the 21st century. Kazakhstan attaches great importance to and promotes, in every possible way, the role of the UN as a key body in the maintenance of international peace and security.
We are confident that at the current stage of human development the issues of paramount importance such as war and peace, economic and social development, environment and other relevant issues should be addressed through this organisation which represents the will and interests of the global community.
There is no alternative to global multilateral cooperation between states.
Ban Ki-moon to Kazakhstan early this year, President N. The ways of accelerated economic, social and political modernisation of the country presented in my recent Address to the People of Kazakhstan are aimed at achieving the Millennium Development Goals as fast as possible for Kazakhstan.
This report is the result of close cooperation between the Government of Kazakhstan and the UN country team. It was prepared in anticipation of the UN Summit in September, which will be attended by world leaders, to boost the efforts for achieving the Millennium Development Goals.
Highly appreciating the level of collaboration with the UN agencies, funds and programmes in Kazakhstan, including those related to the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals, the Government of Kazakhstan is looking forward to continued cooperation for the benefit of the people of Kazakhstan.
I am especially pleased to present the report this year as the UN Secretary General announced as the Year of Development and has called on us to boost the progress towards achievement of the Millennium Development Goals MDGs. Since the Millennium Summit, the United Nations agencies have been working towards the intentions of the Millennium Declaration signed by the world leaders, including President Nazarbayev, in New York in September Such intentions, called the Millennium Development Goals MDGsset specific and measurable targets, which should be achieved by participating countries by in their pursuit to improve quality of life for millions of people.
MDGs cover such essential development areas as poverty reduction, improvement of child and maternal health, gender equality, combating major diseases, enhanced access to primary education and environmental sustainability.
This comprises expanded targets, adapted for Kazakhstan, which are based on the analysis of national priorities, national statistics and relevant government programmes, as well as the experience of other countries.
This is already the fourth report prepared by Kazakhstan. It is the result of the joint work of the Government of Kazakhstan and the UN country team. Taking this opportunity, I would like to thank our national partners for their valuable contribution to, and comments on the report.
This report is a call to all stakeholders, including the Government of Kazakhstan, the business community and civil society, to make concerted efforts to make sure that the development goals set out in the Millennium Declaration are achieved by Kazakhstan by These objectives are referred to as the Millennium Development Goals MDGsand set specific and measurable targets to be achieved by the countries by in their pursuit to improve quality of life for millions of people.
Inthe UN country team together with the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan the Government prepared the second MDG report, which included the analysis and assessment of MDG achievements both at the national and oblast levels.
The report offers not just a summary of the overall progress by indicators, but wide discussion of the existing issues as well and recommendations for the future. This report provides a definition of major issues hindering the achievement of some goals and targets and contains conclusions, including forecasts as to whether these targets can be achieved byalong with practical recommendations and steps to be made by the Government to achieve MDGs by These comprise expanded targets adapted for Kazakhstan, which are based on the analysis of national priorities, national statistics, relevant governmental programmes, as well as the experience of other countries.
However, there are still problems related to other MDGs that require special attention from the Government.
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