Global Insights on BRI | The initiative, committed to win-win cooperation, opens a new chapter


(ECNS) — Based on the principle of „planning together, building together and benefiting together”, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has sent a clear signal over the past decade to enhance all forms of connectivity and mutual development among participating countries. To write a new chapter together in the coming years.

So far, the initiative proposed by China has attracted more than 150 countries and more than 30 international organizations to sign Belt and Road cooperation documents.

„I think the BRI has given countries a strategic option that the way forward is not cold war, not containment, not conflict. The way forward is linked to cooperation, working together, inclusive, win-win cooperation,” Mushahid said. Hussain Syed, Chairman of the Pakistan Senate Committee on Defense and former Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on CPEC.

„China’s proposal through BRI is an essential contribution to China’s modernization and will bring benefits to the world,” said Shankar Pokhrel, general secretary of the Communist Party of Nepal.

Pokhrel’s comments were shared by Malaysia-China Friendship Association chairman Datuk Abdul Majid, who praised the BRI’s important role in global cooperation, saying it demonstrates mutual benefit and win-win results.

Nalini Taweesin, head of Pew Thai Party External Affairs, pointed out that the initiative has brought new opportunities for participating countries to jointly develop transport infrastructure, enabling future cooperation.

Participating countries are committed to uphold principles of openness and inclusiveness, and work together to develop a new model of cooperation based on win-win outcomes, shared responsibility and collective participation.

Anouar Chetoui, chief representative of the Tunisian Tourism Office in China, said the BRI has become a transformative force that fosters economic development, trade and cooperation among countries.

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