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Ukraine crisis won’t harm the BRI as West claims

A cross-border e-commerce freight train from Hamburg of Germany arriving in Xi’an, northwest China’s Shaanxi Province. (Xinhua/Li Yibo)

The Russia-Ukraine conflict has profoundly changed the geopolitical landscape and trend of the world, with significant implications for China, both positive and negative. Now some officials and scholars in the US and the West are hyping the damage caused by the conflict to the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), especially to the railway freight route connecting China and Europe via Kazakhstan, Russia and Belarus, and using it as a pretext to ask China to put pressure on Russia, which is mainly a Western narrative to sow discord in relations between China and Russia.

Of course, the BRI has been negatively impacted by the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Firstly, the Eurasian Land Bridge has been directly affected. The China-Europe Railway Express’ primary route westward has been through Russia, Belarus,…

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