China's "Belt One" and "Road One" Refers to What?

China's "Belt One" and "Road One" Refers to What?
2017-01-13 | author : giser

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"One Belt" refers to the Silk Road Economic Belt, which begins in Xi'an in northwest China before stretching west through Urumqi to Central Asia. According to a report by, the road "then goes to northern Iran before swinging west through Iraq, Syria, and Turkey. From Istanbul, it crosses the Bosphorus Strait and heads northwest through Europe, including Germany and Netherlands. It then heads south to Venice, Italy."

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"One Road" refers to the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, which begins in southern China and heads to the Malacca Strait in Southeast Asia. It then goes to include countries such as India and Kenya. The Maritime Silk Road moves on north to enter into the Red Sea and the Mediterranean through Horn of Africa. It meets the land-based Silk Road in Venice.

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