Xi Jinping’s footprints in promoting the “One Belt, One Road” initiative

Chinese President, Xi Jinping visited 14 countries in 2015, among which included Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Belarus, the U.K., Vietnam, Singapore, Zimbabwe and South Africa. President Xi’s key topic has been on the “One Belt, One Road” connectivity cooperation projects. During his visits, President Xi has not only signed a number of cooperation contracts, which includes the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor and the China-Belarus Industrial Park, but also facilitated aligning the economic development strategies of some “One Belt, One Road” countries. As President Xi previously stated, the “One Belt One Road” initiative is not solely played out by China, but a symphony where all countries along the “One Belt, One Road” route have a role to play.

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