Addressing Peace and Security Challenges through Trade and Economic Integration
Integration processes in Eurasia are a strategic priority for Russian foreign policy, while integration with the western part of the former Soviet Union is a European Union foreign policy objective. Sharing common security challenges and threats, such as conflicts in the Middle East, Europe and Eurasia have a clear interest in cooperating and meeting the challenges and opportunities aroused by Asia’s export economies, notably with regard to the ambitious Chinese Silk Road Economic Belt project.
In this session, panelists will assess the challenges and opportunities offered by trade and economic integration between Europe and Eurasia, and the opening of trade routes toward Asia and beyond.
Moderator: Mr. Robin Marsh, Secretary General, UPF United Kingdom
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen! Participants of this conference! I heartily greet you on behalf of the national peacemaking organization of the Republic of Belarus, Belarusian Fund of Peace and the citizens of our country.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I am very pleased to be invited to participate in this International Leadership Conferences sponsored by the Universal Peace Federation and to speak on China’s concept of the Belt and Road Initiative advanced by President Xi Jinping.