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The document stated the need to review the subsoil use reform. The Kazakhstan Mining Association KazNedra (Kazakh Chamber of Mines) opposed the resolution, which was presented by a small group of geologists after the capital's congress of geological industry participants in September. This is stated in her letter to the president of the country, the leadership of parliament and government, received by inbusiness.kz. “On September 15, 2023, a congress of geologists of Kazakhstan (hereinafter referred to as the congress) was held in Astana, organized by the Geology Committee of the Ministry of Industry and Construction of the Republic of Kazakhstan (hereinafter referred to as the MPS). Members of the association also took part in the congress. Continuing the congress, a group of five geologists independently adopted a congress resolution and an appeal to the leadership of the Republic of Kazakhstan on the need to review the subsoil use reform, restore previously abolished regulat
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