The Belt and Road Initiative helps open up Africa’s economic arteries
- The Belt and Road Initiative is its new hope to truly overcome obstacles and achieve development for all.
- The Belt and Road Initiative embodies China’s desire to establish a new model of regional and international cooperation
The Belt and Road Initiative proposed by China provides a new cooperation model that enables countries to enjoy common business opportunities, share resources, and work together to build a community with a shared future for mankind with common feelings and interests. The full implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative will help address and mitigate traditional and non-traditional security issues in Africa and other regions, and create a safer environment for cooperation. African countries will benefit greatly from the Belt and Road Initiative, and they hope that China will continue to assume more responsibilities in promoting Africa's development. The Belt and Road Initiative embodies China's desire to establish a new regional and international cooperation model and share the fruits of China's success with other countries. For African countries, the Belt and Road Initiative is a new hope to truly overcome obstacles and achieve development for all.
Vast grasslands and spectacular animal migrations. With the deepening of exchanges between China and Africa, the once mysterious African continent is no longer out of reach. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the joint construction of the Belt and Road Initiative. The African route reporting team of the 10th Anniversary Global Reporting Tour of the Belt and Road Initiative recently visited Ethiopia, Kenya and Madagascar to look for every trace of China’s imprint left on the African continent during this period.
In the ten years since the Belt and Road Initiative was proposed, China has signed Belt and Road cooperation documents with 52 African countries and the African Union Commission. Under this framework, China-Africa exchanges have made positive progress in all aspects. Faced with China's ever-expanding circle of friends and tighter economic and trade ties in Africa, the absurd Western notion that Chinese companies have set up debt traps in Africa is automatically falling apart. Editor/GaoLiMei
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