Glorious stories of Silk Road: Co-constructed BRI projects boost connectivity

2023-12-27 Editor : Peng Dawei ECNS App Download

By Lin Zhuowei, Zhao Li

(ECNS) -- On land, in the sea and air, co-constructed projects by Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) partner countries span an array of sectors.

Notably, the Lusail Stadium, jointly developed by a Chinese enterprise, stands as a testament to this collaborative effort, achieving six world records and emerging as a highlight during the Qatar World Cup. Another success story lies in the port of Piraeus in Greece, which, under the stewardship of a Chinese company for over a decade, has witnessed a revival of prosperity.

The BRI's influence extends beyond traditional modes of projects on land and sea. Over the past decade, the Air Silk Road has exemplified China's expansion of its aviation transportation network with BRI partner countries, reshaping global connectivity and fostering increased collaboration.

Since the launch of the BRI, numerous high-quality collaborative projects have yielded fruitful outcomes. This success can be attributed to the Silk Road spirit, which knows no geographical boundaries.

China will join hands with more countries. Together, BRI partners are building a better world.


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