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West Kazakhstan region is located in the western part of the Republic of Kazakhstan and plays the role of the gate to the central and southern regions of the country and the countries of Central Asia.

The territory of the region is 151.1 thousand km2.

Borders with five regions of Russian Federation: Astrakhan, Volgograd, Saratov, Samara, Orenburg and 2 regions of Kazakhstan: Aktobe and Atyrau, connected with them by railways, motorways, water and air transports.


The relief of the territory is flat. There are branched ridges of Syrt and Ural platos in the northern and north-eastern parts of the region. There are Narynkum dune masses: Kokuzenkum, Akkum, Karagandykum and others within the Precaspian basin in the southern part. The climate is humid continental.


The Zhaiyk River (Ural) runs through the territory of the region, which is the major water supplement of the region. There are other large rivers like Saryozen, Karaozen, Kaldygaity, Olenty, Buldyrty, Shyngyrlau. The large lakesin the territory of the region are Shalqar, Aralsor, Botkol, Zhartykol, Sulukol.


The soil has different colours and types: dark brown, brown, light brown clay and salts. The majority of the vegetations are grassland steppe-type, grass-wormwood type, and sagebrush-type.

The region is rich for the mineral resources. Production of oil and gas is the major energy resource, Karachaganak oilfield is world’s one of the largest fields.

Administrative-territorial division

The center of the region is located in Uralsk.

The permanent population of the region as of April 1, 2018 was 646 089 people, of which 330.4 thousand people live in urban areas, and 313.5 thousand people live in rural areas.

The average population density in the region (per 1 sq. Km of the territory) is 4.0 people.

Uralsk is an administrative, industrial, historical and cultural center of the West Kazakhstan region.

The city was founded in 1613 and is located in the northern part of the Caspian lowland, in a picturesque steppe plain. It is located on the right bank of the middle course of the Ural River, the length of which within the Republic of Kazakhstan is 1082 km, and on the left bank of the lower reaches of the Chagan River.

The territory of the city with suburbs is more than 700 k2.

The population of Uralsk is 300 128 people.

On the territory of the city there are 3 rural districts: Zhelayevsky, Zachagansky, Krugloozernovsky, with a total population of 22,000 people.

The distance from Uralsk to Nur-Sultan is 1747 km.

The administrative-territorial structure of the region includes 12 districts:

Akzhaik district - Chapaev village

Bokeyorda district - Sayhin village

Burlinsky district - Aksai city

Zhangalinsky district - Zhangala village

Zhanibek district - Zhanibek village

Zelenovsky district - village Peremetnoe

Kaztalov district - village of Kaztalovka

Karatobin district - the village of Karatobe

Syrymsky district - aul Zhympity

Tuskalinsky district - village of Taskala

Terektinsky district - Fyodorovka village

Chingirlau district - Chingirlau villageАдминистративно-территориальное деление

The city's attractions

Uniques are the image of Uralsk and, above all, its historical monuments of the 18th and 19th centuries: the house of E. Pugachev, the Old Cathedral, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the house of the ataman, the house of Karev, the building of the regional akimat, the city park of culture and recreation. Modern it is made by new microdistricts and high - rise residential buildings, the buildings of the air and railway stations, the monuments of Abay, S. Datov, M. Mametova, V. I. Chapaev, A. S. Pushkin, the Victory Memorial with the eternal fire of glory and others.

Regional economy

The index of physical volume (IFO) of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for January-March of 2018 relative to the corresponding period of the previous year was 104.1%. In the structure of GDP, the share of production of goods occupies 36.8%, services - 55.7%.GDP - in market prices represents the final result of the production activity of producer-residents. IFO GDP characterizes the change in the volume of production of goods and services in the economy for a certain period.

Gross regional product for 2018 (9 months), billion tons



Industrial output was produced by KZT 769.0 bn. The index of physical volume was 98.0%, including:

in the mining industry - 688.3 billion tenge, 96.9%;

in the manufacturing sector - 56.6 billion tenge, 117.2%;

in the industry, electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning - 21.6 billion tenge, 107.1%;

in the industry, water supply, sewage system, control over the collection and distribution of waste - 2.5 billion tenge, 140.8%.

The volume of gas production was 7041.1 million cubic meters. m, which is 1.1% less than the corresponding period of 2017, gas condensate - 4337.1 thousand tons, or 1.9% less.

The volume of production of oil products amounted to 9289.4 million tenge, which is 17.9% less than the corresponding period in 2017.

The production of gas oils decreased by 63.0%.

The volume of production of finished metal products amounted to 3815.0 million tenge, which is 1.6 times more than the level of the corresponding period of 2017. The production of grinding balls increased by 28.9%.

The volume of production of the metallurgical industry amounted to 7107.7 million tenge, which is 1.6 times more. The production of ribbed sheets of non-alloy steel increased by 56.1%, pipes of different diameters, hollow seamless steel profiles by 1.6 times.

The volume of production of other non-metallic mineral products increased by 51.4% and amounted to 3343.3 million tenge. The production of concrete goods increased 2.8 times, of concrete products - by 4.3%.

In the machine-building industry, the output was 12739.2 million tenge, which is 1.7 times more.

Produced food products for 16606.7 million tenge, which is 29.9% more.

The production of canned meat increased 2.2 times, meat and offal food - 4.5 times, fish, cooked or canned - by 25.7%, flour - by 42.8%, processed milk and cream milk - by 21% , 1%, fresh bread - 7.9%, pasta, noodles, couscous and flour products - by 4.0%.

The production of cheese and cottage cheese decreased by 39.9%, sausages - by 9.7%.

Within the framework of GPIIIR and the Industrialization Map in 2018, 6 projects worth KZT 3.0 billion are being implemented, with the creation of 154 jobs, including:

LLP "Agran" - Manufacture of sandwich panels. The cost is 800 million tenge. Power - 500 thousand square meters. m / year. Jobs - 20;

LLP "134" - Construction of a brick factory. Cost - 455.2 million tenge. Capacity - 20 million pieces / year. Work places - 70;

Topan LLP - Construction of a chemical production base. Cost - 854.0 million tenge. Capacity - 4000 tons / year. Jobs - 40;

LLP "Kubley" - Construction of a workshop for the processing of animal waste. The cost is 551.6 million tenge. Capacity - 30 tons / shift. Jobs - 5;

IP "Khasanov" »- Modernization of the shop for the production of confectionery products. The cost is 94.4 million tenge. Capacity - 52 thousand tons / year. Jobs - 10;

Global Procurement LLP - Concrete mixing plant. The cost is 256.0 million tenge. Capacity - 2112 road plates, 2208 foundation blocks / year. Jobs - 9.


The basic capital investments were 87.4 billion US dollars. tenge, which is 14.4% more than the level of 2017.

The Republican budget for investments amounted to $ 3.3 billion. tenge, that is 4,7% less.

Investments from the local budget amounted to $ 1.4 billion.tenge or 1.6 times more.

93.9% of total assets or 82.1 billion soms come from private equity firms, including private equity firms. tenge, that is 17.9% more.

Investments in banks accounted for 544.0 million soms tenge (66.6% to the analogous level in 2017), 32.1 million soms of loan proceeds. tenge (2,0% to the analogous level in 2017).


145.6 thousand. sq. m. are included. The metropolitan giant, which is 15,5% more than the level of 2017.

The total cost of the construction was 20.9 billion. tenge, which is 1.2% more than the corresponding level in 2017.


Transferred 11.0 mln. tons of cargo and 135.4 mln. Passage or up to 101.4% and 99.9% respectively for January-April 2017.


The volume of gross agricultural production amounted to 19.5 billion tenge or 104.4% to the level of January-April 2017.

Production of meat (in live weight) was 23.6 thousand tons, or 112.0% against the level of January-April 2017, milk - 39.6 thousand tons (101.2%), eggs - 56.9 million ( 120.5%).

As of May 1, 2018, in comparison with the corresponding date of 2017, the cattle stock increased by 7.8% (including cows - by 2.9%), goats - by 2.6%, horses - by 13.1%, birds - by 42.2%.

Commodity circulation (trade)

The volume of retail trade turnover amounted to 93.9 billion tenge, the index of physical volume to the level of the corresponding period of 2017 - 101.0%.

Prices. The overall inflation rate was 102.0% (the republican indicator was 102.2%).

Prices for food products increased by 2.8% (republican index - by 2.8%). The prices for bakery and flour confectionery rose by 1.0%, tobacco products by 1.4%, pasta by 3.3%, alcoholic beverages by 3.6%, meat by 4.3% fish and seafood - by 6.8%, fruits and vegetables - by 8.0%, potatoes - by 10.8%. The prices for sunflower oil went down by 1.2%, black tea - by 8.5%, buckwheat - by 16%.

The index of prices for non-food products amounted to 101.7% (republican index - 101.7%). The prices for clothing and footwear, pharmaceutical products by 1.7%, washing and cleaning products by 1.8%, other items, appliances and personal care products by 3.1%, newspapers and periodicals by 2.5% increased %, solid fuel - by 2.6%, cars - by 4.4%. Gasoline went up by 0.8%, diesel fuel - by 0.9%.

Prices and tariffs for paid services amounted to 101.2% (republican index - 101.9%). The services of preschool institutions went up by 2.5%, rent for housing - by 3.4%, the tariff for gas transported by distribution networks - by 3.6%, hairdressing and beauty salons - by 3.8%, postal services - by 4.3%, housing costs - by 5.2%, legal services and insurance services - by 6.0%, outpatient services - by 7.4%. Rail passenger transport services rose 1.0%, passenger air transport services fell 6.7%.

Small and medium enterprises

As of May 1, 2018, the number of operating entities in the sphere of small and medium business amounted to 38.7 thousand units, which is 4.4% more than the corresponding period of 2017.

As of January 1, 2018, the number of employed in small and medium-sized businesses is 112.9 thousand people, which is 5.6% more than on January 1, 2017.

The subjects of small and medium-sized business in January-December 2017 produced goods (works and services) by KZT1404.9 billion or 102.8% against the corresponding period of 2016.

In 2018, under the Unified Program "Business Road Map 2020", 1618.7 million tenge is provided for the support of private entrepreneurship, including 1 477.7 million tenge for subsidizing the interest rate for loans, and a partial guarantee of 94.0 million ., tenge, grant financing - 47.0 million tenge.

The Regional Coordination Council of the West Kazakhstan region approved 13 projects worth 1.1 billion tenge in January-April 2018.

In addition, in the framework of the Program for the Development of Productive Employment and Mass Entrepreneurship, 5.0 billion tenge is provided for the promotion of entrepreneurship development.


89.7 billion tenge was collected to the state budget (108.0% to the forecast), which is 5.0% less than in January-April 2017.

Revenues to the national budget amounted to 59.7 billion tenge (97.3% of the forecast), which is 11.6% less than the corresponding period of 2017.

The local budget received 30.0 billion tenge (138.5% of the forecast), which is an increase of 11.7%.

The tax arrears as compared to January 1, 2018 (including past years) increased by KZT 874.6 million and amounted to KZT 4,515.0 million, including KZT 3537.8 million on the republican budget (by 472, 4 million tenge more), local - 977.3 million tenge (by 402.2 million tenge more).

Labor market. As of May 1, 2018, 6114 people are registered with employment agencies, the share of registered unemployed in the economically active population was 1.8%, which is 2.0 percentage points higher than the level of the corresponding period of 2017.

As of May 1, 2018, 2547 jobs were created, including 551 in agriculture, forestry and fisheries, 14 in industry, 368 in construction, 114 in transport and storage, wholesale and retail trade, repair of cars and motorcycles - 156, education - 292, health and social services - 64, other types of economic activity - 290, temporary and seasonal - 608. Of the total number of created jobs 1747 (68.6%) - created in rural areas.

A total of 4150 people were employed, including 957 under the Program for the Development of Productive Employment and Mass Entrepreneurship.

For paid public works, 2,539 people were sent.

To help employment of graduates of technical and vocational education institutions, post-secondary and higher education, 611 people were sent to youth practice, including 398 people under the Program for the Development of Productive Employment and Mass Entrepreneurship.

774 people are employed in social workplaces, including 559 people in the "Program for the Development of Productive Employment and Mass Entrepreneurship for 2017-2021" Ebek ".

The total number of poor families as of May 1, 2018 was 6859 and compared to May 1, 2017, increased by 6,485 families.

The average monthly salary in January-March 2018 was 145,999 tenge, which is 10.4% more than the corresponding period in 2017.

Education. The network of educational institutions in the region is represented by 391 schools (98764 students), 387 of them state (98682 students), non-governmental - 4 (82 students). There are 380 daytime (97,710 students), 4 evening schools (351 students) and 3 special schools (621 students).

There are 185 kindergartens, 59 "school-garden" complexes and 246 mini-centers in the region. The coverage of children from 1 to 6 years is 30.0 thousand children or 74.2% of the total number of preschool children, from 3 to 6 years - 99.9%.

The availability of additional education is provided by 57 out-of-school institutions with a total contingent of 58,300 students, which is 59.6% of the total number of pupils in the region's schools.

There are 3 PMPK (psychological-medical-pedagogical consultation), 12 offices of psychological-pedagogical correction.

To date, there are 164 children in 126 families in foster care.

The network of organizations of technical and vocational education is 38 units with a total contingent of trained 19.1 thousand people, including 27 - state, 11 - non-state colleges.

The budget of the education sector in 2018 was 57.6 billion tenge.

In schools there are 14073 computers, taking into account computers in multimedia cabinets, computer equipment provides an average of 7 students per computer.

Health care. The network of state medical organizations of the region as of May 1, 2018 is 40 legal entities.

In the region there are 1,723 doctors and 6,270 medium-level medical workers (MZSR system).

There are 3520 budget beds.

In January-April 2018, compared to the same period in 2017, infant mortality declined by 3.8%, the incidence of tuberculosis - by 3.5%. For the reporting period, 1 case of maternal mortality was registered.

The healthcare budget for the year 2018 was 4.1 billion tenge, including targeted transfers of the national budget - 0.9 billion tenge. Funds for the guaranteed volume of free medical care amount to KZT29.5 billion.

Culture and sport.

The number of cultural and art organizations is 738 objects, including 388 libraries, 275 city, district, rural houses of culture and clubs, 5 autoclubs, 28 cinema installations, 21 museums (including 2 state ones), 1 exhibition hall, 3 cultural parks and recreation, 8 cinemas (including 3 - non-state), the regional Inspectorate for the protection of historical and cultural heritage, the regional Center for History and Archeology, the Regional Center for Folk Art, the Youth Creative Center and the Center for Culture and Art. Kadyr Myrza Ali, professional creative teams of the Kazakh Kazakh Drama Theater, Alexander Ostrovsky, the regional philharmonic society. G.Kurmangaliev, chamber orchestra.

The budget for the year 2018 for the sphere of culture was 6.7 billion tenge.

The number of sports facilities in the region is 1567 units, including 3 stadiums, 1 sports palace, 6 swimming pools, 13 sports complexes, 275 sports halls, 2 sports arenas, 6 ski bases, 2 rowing bases, 101 shooting galleries, 984 flat structures, 151 adapted gyms, 20 tennis courts, 3 hockey courts.

In the region there are 23 children and youth sports schools and a training center for the Olympic reserve, a regional school of higher sports skills, a regional specialized boarding school for gifted children in sports, 11 sports clubs, of which 3 are professional clubs (Akzaiyk Sports Club JSC, JSC "Football Club" Akzhayik ", SCC" Volleyball Club "Zhayyk").

The budget for 2018 in the field of physical culture and sports is 4.7 billion tenge. 

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