The Making and Implementation of the Belt and Road Policy
In a speech delivered at Nazarbayev University in Astana, Kazakhstan, on 7 September 2013, President Xi invited central Asian countries to work â€˜innovativelyâ€™ with China to build a â€˜Silk Road Economic Beltâ€™ (SREB, or the Belt) for close economic ties, cooperation and joint development to benefit people across the land of Eurasia. In his speech at the Indonesian Parliament on 3 October 2013, President Xi invited ASEAN countries to work with China to build a â€˜21st Century Maritime Silk Roadâ€™ (MSR, or the Road) for achieving joint development and co-prosperity. These two proposals, put together, were the original â€˜One Belt, One Road initiativeâ€™.
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