Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

China, Europe on Path of Expanding Belt and Road Cooperation

China, Europe on Path of Expanding  Belt and Road Cooperation

FRANKFURT - Anastasiya Sizikova, a young woman who lives in Germany’s western city of Dusseldorf, could have hardly imagined a few years ago that her career and life would be so closely linked to China.
Speaking three languages including English and Russian, she is now a director of logistics and business development at DBO Bahnoperator company, a firm established against the backdrop of the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to handle container shipments from the European Union (EU) to China using block trains.
“I’m a happy person, because I truly love my job and enjoy doing it,” Sizikova told Xinhua. “Through the example of China Rail Express, we can see how fast the cooperation between China and Europe is growing, we are proud to be part of this process,” Sizikova said.
Following the principle of consultation and collaboration for shared benefits, the BRI is increasingly embraced by European countries and people, who have already benefited from the development opportunities the initiative offers.
In the meantime, the BRI co operation has been playing an increasingly important role in deepening China-EU comprehensive strategic partnership, which has come a long way since its establishment in 2003. (Xinhua)