Silk road map labeled with the line of Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st-century Maritime Silk Road, and major cities.
The Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road, also known as One Belt, One Road (abbreviated OBOR) or the modern Silk Road, proposed by Chinese leader Xi Jinping to encourage economic cooperation among countries in the continents of Asia, Africa, and Europe.
The Map of One Belt, One Road Template includes three slides.
Slide 1, Silk road map labeled with Silk Road Economic Belt
The ancient Silk Road map started with the city of Xi’an of China, along with Northwest region, then into Central Asian countries, i.e. Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan. Next would be the Middle East Region with countries of Afghanistan, Iran and Turkey. Continued into Russia through CIS countries of Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, and Moldova. From Moscow to other cities of European countries.
Slide 2, OBOR political map labeled with 21st-century Maritime Silk Road
The starting point of marine Silk Road was from Fuzhou city of Fujian province, to Zhanjiang of Guangdong province, then to Southeast countries of Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Philippines, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos etc. Next was to South Asia countries of India and Sri Lanka. Kenya was the stopover in Africa, then through Red sea into Mediterranean sea, finally to European countries.
Slide 3, The map with two routes combined
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