BEIJING: In the last decade, China has taken root in Asia. This is the destiny that the government has decided to set the direction and efforts to pave the way for the country to become a superpower in Asia and the world.
China is keen to set up regional networks, import energy from all sources, diversify its western defense, and invest heavily in commercial infrastructure projects in Central Asia.
In fact, the One Belt One Road project, established in 2013, has become a prominent pillar of Chinese power in the region. The Covid-19 pandemic is nearing the end of many economies and has given China the opportunity to rethink its strategy. China’s post-disease plan for Central Asia will require not only the ability to advance the One Belt One Road project, but also the obstacles that hinder the country’s growth in the new period. Recently.
In the post-epidemic period, China has dominated Central Asia, with no country or world power worthy of being a competitor to China’s ability to invest in the region.
China has had a huge impact on the economy, especially on the One Belt One Road project, which China has been building for many years. The International Monetary Fund and individual governments have been providing assistance in Central Asia, such as the $ 3.4 million EU assistance program to combat COVID-19.
While the global economy is in turmoil, China remains one of the few states with large-scale investment capacity. At a video conference on “One Belt and One Road” in Beijing, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi acknowledged the negative impact of the disease on several overseas BRI projects and reaffirmed China’s position on restoring key infrastructure projects
In addition, the Chinese government is committed to maintaining a stable industrial production and supply chain as soon as possible to provide strong support for the economic recovery of all countries in the world.