The Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan (http://mid.gov.kz) is the central executive body of the Republic of Kazakhstan carrying out management in the fields of industry and industrial and innovative development, scientific and technological development, mining and smelting complex, local content development, engineering, chemical, pharmaceutical and medical industry, light industry, woodworking and furniture industry, building industry and manufacture of building materials; safety of machinery and equipment and safety of chemical production according to a branch orientation; state investment policy and investment support, creation of favorable investment climate; establishment, operation and abolition of special economic zones; export control; technical regulation and maintenance of unity of measurements; mineral resources, except for hydrocarbon raw materials; the state geological studying, reproduction of mineral resources base, rational and complex use of bowels, the state control of resource exploitation of the underground water and therapeutic mud, solid minerals except coal and uranium; energy conservation and efficiency, tourist activities, and implementation of public policies to support investment; in the fields of rail, road, inland waterway transport, merchant shipping, in the use of airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the civil and experimental aviation, highways; industrial safety; communication, informatization and "e-government", information; space activities.

Roman Sklyar

Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development

 

Skliar

 

Roman Sklyar was born on May 8, 1971, in the city of Pavlodar.

He graduated from Pavlodar State University with a degree in civil engineering, Moscow Institute of Modern Business with a degree in economics and the Kazakh Institute of Law and International Relations majoring in law.

He began his labor activity in 1989 as an installation fitter at Ekibastuzugleavtomatika Installation and Setup Administration.

In 1989–1990 he worked as an assembler of Ekibastuz Cutting and Engineering Department of Kazpromtehmontazh Production and Assembly Administration.

From 1990 he was an engineer for safety of the joint Soviet-West-German enterprise "Vakhinvest" in Pavlodar.

1990–1999 –he worked as head of Commercial Department, deputy director, general director of Ansat-Pavlodar LLP.

1999–2002 he was director of Tynys LLP, Pavlodar.

2002–2003 he headed the Department of Management of the Committee for Work with Insolvent Debtors of the Ministry of Finance in Pavlodar region.

2003–2005 he was deputy head of the Department of Communal Property of the city of Pavlodar.

From January 2005 he was chief inspector of the akim of Pavlodar Region.

From April 2005 he headed the Akim's Office of the city of Pavlodar.

From 2006 he was deputy akim of Pavlodar.

In 2006-2007 he worked as the head of the Infrastructure Development Department of the Akim’s Office of Astana.

In 2007-2008 he worked as the director of the Department of Energy and Communal Services of the city of Astana.

From 2008 to 2010 he worked as deputy akim of Pavlodar region.

From 2010 to 2011 he was first deputy akim of Pavlodar region.

From 2011 to 2013 he was the vice minister of transport and communications.

In March 2016 he was elected a deputy of the Majilis of the Parliament.

From May 2016 he worked as vice minister of national economy

From 2016 to 2019 he was first vice minister for investments and development.

From February 2019 he was first vice minister of industry and infrastructure develppment.

On Feb. 25, 2019, he was appointed minister of industry and infrastructure development by the Presidential Decree.

 

Published: 07 August 2014

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