The New Eurasian Land Bridge is an international passageway linking the Pacific and the Atlantic. The bridge runs from China’s coastal cities of Lianyungang and Rizhao to Rotterdam of the Netherlands and Belgium’s Antwerp, passing through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland and Germany. It serves more than 30 countries and regions.
Participants of the State Council, chaired by Vladimir Putin, have discussed Russia’s draft transport strategy until 2035. Will it be possible to achieve ambitious goals in the face of new risks and challenges?