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The Silk Road Project may partially pass through Russia - Dmitriev

The new Silk Road may partially lie on the territory of Russia, the head of the Russian Foundation for Advanced Studies Kirill Dmitriev told reporters.

According to him, Russia has infrastructure capabilities. “We believe that the Silk Road project can partially pass through the territory of Russia,” Dmitriev said today during the APEC summit.

In September 2013, the PRC President announced in Bishkek the initiative of the joint economic zone of the Great Silk Road, which in ancient times linked the countries of the East and West through the Central Asian region. It is about creating a trade corridor for direct supplies of goods from East to West, on preferential terms.




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