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Information and documents about the Belt and Road Initiative

Where to find official information about the Belt and Road Initiative?

We witness very often articles and commentaries in mainstream media in the west and from so-called experts on China that the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) "is vague", that there is no list of nations that participate in it, and that it has no definition nor an agency that defines what it is. Here we show that the opposite is correct. There are very clear-cut concepts of the BRI if you consult the original sources. There are also lists of nations participating in it. There are documents and reports that outline its course and development. Here are some of the sources that we in the BRIX deem as useful in this respect.

Chinese sources and documents:

International links and documents:

  • The most documented and updated project of the BRI is China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Here is the official website of the CPEC which is administered by the Pakistani government. It includes detailed information of all the projects under construction: CPEC Official Website.
  • The Global Infrastructure Connectivity Alliance was adopted at the G-20 summit in Hangzhou, China. The concept is that the World Bank will be in charge of coordinating infrastructure initiatives such as the BRI and others to one global policy.
  • In a resolution related to the situation in Afghanistan, the United Nations Security Council unanimously voted for Resolution 2344, The situation in Afghanistan. The resolution stated that the BRI is a key element in the stabilization of Afghanistan and the region.
Hussein Askary

Hussein Askary

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