Belt and Road Initiative

China’s One Belt — One Way Initiative is a program linked Asia and Africa with Europe via land and sea routes to deepen regional integration, promote trade, and stimulate economic growth. The initiative includes the Silk Road Economic Belt — the transcontinental corridor connecting China with Southeast Asia, South Asia, Central Asia, Russia and Europe by land — and the 21st Century Sea Silk Road connecting China’s coastal regions with Southeast Asia, South Asia, the countries of the South Pacific, the Middle East, East Africa and Europe. The program involves attracting investment in the development of infrastructure facilities.

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08.19.2022
Decade of rapid expansion in China-Europe rail service attests to achievement of BRI

In 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping put forward the «Belt and Road Initiative» (BRI), aiming at building a new platform for international cooperation and creating new momentum for shared development. Since then, the BRI has opened a path for high quality development and common prosperity for countries along the route, becoming a real global platform serving more than half of the world’s population.

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05.17.2022
How China’s Belt and Road Initiative is faring

Since the inauguration of China’s Belt and Road Initiative in 2013, its bold vision has become China’s most important global economic and foreign policy instrument.