People-to-people ties provides an anchor and guarantee for the Belt and Road Initiative. Making people better off in a general way plays a key role in strengthening people-to-people ties.
Under the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), Chinese central state-owned enterprises have played roles in urban construction all around the world and they will participate in creating more landmarks of cities involved in the BRI.
Transport facilities are a base for cooperation and development. Chinese central state-owned enterprises have been focusing on building key passages and linking main cities and projects to create a convenient traffic network and improve connectivity and communications.
Chinese central state-owned enterprises have participated in airport and port construction along the Belt and Road, making travelling between countries easier and laying a solid foundation for international trades and culture exchanges.
Abundant energy supply is a must for economic growth. Chinese companies have make full use of their technical advantages to help countries participating in the Belt and Road Initiative build hydropower, thermal and wind-driven generating infrastructures.
The second unit of world's largest oil fired power plant in Saudi Arabia paralleled in on March 13 with all equipment operating well.
The Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation was held from April 25 to 27 in Beijing.
The main body of the Indonesian Burkit Asam project, built by China Huadian Hong Kong Co Ltd, began operations on Mar 3.