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The “Belt and Road Initiative” - China Helps Africa to Fly Its Dreams

Date: Monday, May 27, 2019 10:10 PM EST

The “Belt and Road Initiative” is a “China Program” on how to promote the sustainable development of the world economy and maintain world peace and stability in the context of complex changes of the world structure. It can be said that the “Belt and Road Initiative” provides a new path to promote world peace and development.

The site of the Mozula wind power station in Montenegro was filmed on May 1, 2018. The Mozula wind power station in Montenegro, which was built by China, Malta and Montenegro, helped Montenegro to obtain a more stable power supply and protect the ecology. Xinhua News Agency.

As a natural and historical extension of the “Belt and Road Initiative” initiative, African countries look forward to seizing opportunities to develop together with China and the world.

At the Johannesburg Summit of the China-Africa Cooperation Forum in 2015, President Xi Jinping proposed the “five pillars” for strengthening and consolidating the new position of China-Africa relations, and the key implementation of the “Top Ten Cooperation Plans” in the next three years, focusing on solving the three major bottlenecks of infrastructure lag, capital shortage and talent shortage in Africa , accelerating the process of industrialization and agricultural modernization, and achieving independent and sustainable development.


Have enough money to build houses and transportation facilities

The backwardness of infrastructure, singular economy, and the high unemployment rate are the current situation in many African countries. In Zambia, due to the lack of the related domestic materials and technology, most of the building materials rely on imports, and the cost of materials needed to decorate a house is as much as $3,000.

The investment in China National Building Materials Zambia Industrial Park project with Sinoma Cement Co., Ltd. was officially put into production in May 2018. Building materials such as cement and masonry are of great significance to Zambia, whose infrastructure is backward. After the completion of the industrial zone, it will create 2,000 to 3,000 employment opportunities directly or indirectly, and the living conditions of local residents will be fundamentally improved.

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