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I was born on November 16, 1967 in Leninsk (Baikonur), the very space harbor of the Soviet Union. My parents & ndash; simple employees. My father worked as a communications engineer, and my mother & ndash; cashier at the station.

From 1975 to 1985, I studied in secondary school No. 245, which I finished with good marks and the leader of the Komsomol organization. Since I was a child, I was an active, active child. Participated in all public events.

Due to the fact that the spaceport was directly Moscow subordinate, and the fact that the best specialists of the space industry from all over the Soviet Union lived and worked here, the teachers in our schools were very high level. I think that only thanks to them, I got a good primary education, which became the foundation for further growth.

In 1985, after school, he entered the law faculty at the Kazakh State University named after Kirov (present-day KazSU named after Al-Farabi). I and all our course was lucky. It was the year of Perestroika, all the corrupt officials in the universities were frightened and did not demand any bribes. Many children have acted due to their real knowledge. Therefore, a lot of very educated and successful personalities came out of our course.

After the first course, I, like almost all my classmates, went into the army and honestly trod out "730 days in boots & raquo; (1986-1988). He served in the communications forces near Nizhny Novgorod (Russia). There, too, active, rose to senior sergeant.

While still students, my friends and friends, inspired by Perestroika and the opening opportunities, organized their first private company, Barikon & raquo ;. They were engaged in trade, transported goods from Russia and abroad, and organized the first auction in Alma-Ata. In many ways, we were among the first. Then we earned our first capital, bought apartments, cars and so on.

During this period I entered the Kazakh Academy of Management and received a second higher education & ndash; economic.

Until 1999, I headed our company & laquo; Barikon & raquo ;. Then I was invited by my friends, former colleagues in business, to the civil service (at that time there was no current system of personnel selection, and it was possible to get to the civil service simply from the street). I decided to show my patriotic feelings and devote part of my life to serving the Motherland (as it does not sound pathetic).

In 1999, I took office as Deputy Chairman of the Kostanay Territorial Committee for State Property and Privatization. Then he became its chairman, conducted its transformation into the Kostanay regional department of state property and state procurement. In this organization we were engaged in the privatization of state property, although by that time it was very little left. The first wave of privatization took place long before that. Capitalism marched through the country victorious tread.

In 2004, I moved to Astana and became deputy akim of the capital. This period of my life I remember as the most difficult, stressful, but at the same time the most interesting and active. I was in charge of issues of land relations, transport system, external design, as well as (unexpectedly) issues of culture. I'm proud that in Astana our team first introduced the auction method of distribution of free land. Then these provisions were included in the Land Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan and spread throughout the country.

In 2006, I temporarily left the civil service and again took up business. During this period, the stock market of Kazakhstan (in that truncated form, as it is) quickly developed, so I actively joined my team in this direction. We created an asset management company and tried ourselves in this direction.

In 2007, I was again invited to work for the state. This time to create new structures in our economy & ndash; Socio-entrepreneurial corporations. We vigorously got down to business, and in October 2007 in Kostanay oblast was registered JSC "National company SEC" Tobol ", where I moved again. The corporation's task was to attract investments to the region and make the most efficient use of state assets. It seems to me that I managed to create a good team, which is still successfully working for the benefit of the Kostanay region.

In 2010, I again took a timeout and returned to business. During this period, the main type of my activity was real estate transactions in the city of Astana.

In 2011, the Motherland again called me to the ranks of state officials. I was appointed vice-minister of agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Somewhat unexpected for me, but I was attracted by a new direction of activity. I was tasked with developing market relations in the country's agricultural sector. As you know, the village & ndash; the most conservative field of business, so it was not easy, but I did my best to fulfill the task.

In 2013, I realized that all that I could do and bring a new to the agrarian