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By kanan Alibayov

Ukriane-Russia war isn’t an isolated event there is a much bigger game is in play here. Historical Geopolitical relations have been more or less the same in today’s world. I have previously stated it the article as the conflict begun, talking about how its all connected including Ukraine thorugh Belt and road initiative project (BRI) as China pose to lead the world through economical domination by reviving and advancing silk road that dates back 300 BC which firmly established around 1,400 years ago during the time of Marco Polo’s travels.

The historic Silk Road was a vast network of ancient trade routes or “superhighways” connecting China and the Far East with the Middle East, Europe and Africa.

The BRI Project today connects 145 countries as part of the Belt and Road initiative project out of 195 countries worldwide which became partly operational in recent years

The extended Silk Roads network (UNESCO Silk Roads Programme)

BRI has also laid foundation for BRICS countries like Brazil, India, China and South Africa which economically unite 41% of the world population.

Russian President Putin recently stated that Ukraine advance ‘going according to plan’ which shortly followed by Russian backs switching to Chinese card system as Several Russian banks said on Sunday they would soon start issuing cards using the Chinese UnionPay card operator’s system coupled with Russia’s own Mir network, after Visa and MasterCard said they were suspending operations in Russia.

Announcements regarding the switch to UnionPay came on Sunday from Sberbank (SBER.MM), Russia’s biggest lender, as well as Alfa Bank and Tinkoff.

Russia may be going through economical lost due to never seen scale of sanction by western countries and alliance but definitely is a well calculated act to gain economical and Political Superpower status in Europe in the long run as it’s military is advancing in Ukraine to provide security for Chinas’ MEGA infrastructure meanwhile US’s Ukraine push with NATO burned all the bridges with Russia for future reconsideration..

Silk road countries and the conflicts

These are the 54 countries along the Silk Road according to the UNESCO Silk Roads Programme.

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Armenia
  3. Azerbaijan
  4. Brunei Darussalam
  5. Cambodia
  6. China
  7. Egypt
  8. France
  9. Georgia
  10. Germany
  11. Greece
  12. India
  13. Indonesia
  14. Iran
  15. Iraq
  16. Italy
  17. Japan
  18. Jordan
  19. Kazakhstan
  20. Kenya
  21. Kuwait
  22. Kyrgyzstan
  23. Lebanon
  24. Madagascar
  25. Malaysia
  26. Mongolia
  27. Mozambique
  28. Myanmar
  29. Nepal
  30. North Korea
  31. Oman
  32. Pakistan
  33. Philippines
  34. Portugal
  35. Qatar
  36. South Korea
  37. Russia
  38. Saudi Arabia
  39. Singapore
  40. Somalia
  41. Spain
  42. Sri Lanka
  43. Sudan
  44. Syria
  45. Tajikistan
  46. Thailand
  47. Turkey
  48. Turkmenistan
  49. UAE
  50. UK
  51. Tanzania
  52. Uzbekistan
  53. Vietnam
  54. Yemen

Belt and Road initiative countries

AfghanistanSouth AsiaLow income
AlbaniaEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle income
AlgeriaMiddle East & North AfricaUpper middle income
AngolaSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle income
Antigua and BarbudaLatin America & CaribbeanHigh income
ArgentinaLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle income
ArmeniaEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle income
Austria*Europe & Central AsiaHigh income
AzerbaijanEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle income
BahrainMiddle East & North AfricaHigh income
BangladeshSouth AsiaLower middle income
BarbadosLatin America & CaribbeanHigh income
BelarusEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle income
Benin*Sub-Saharan AfricaLow income
BoliviaLatin America & CaribbeanLower middle income
Bosnia and HerzegovinaEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle income
BotswanaSub-Saharan AfricaUpper middle income
Brunei DarussalamEast Asia & PacificHigh income
BulgariaEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle income
BurundiSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
Cabo VerdeSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle income
CambodiaEast Asia & PacificLower middle income
CameroonSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle income
ChadSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
ChileLatin America & CaribbeanHigh income
ChinaEast Asia & PacificUpper middle income
Comoros*Sub-Saharan AfricaLow income
Congo, Dem. Rep.Sub-Saharan AfricaLow income
Congo, Rep.*Sub-Saharan AfricaLower middle income
Cook IslandsEast Asia & PacificUpper middle income
Costa RicaLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle income
Côte d’IvoireSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle income
CroatiaEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
CubaLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle income
CyprusEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
Czech RepublicEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
DjiboutiMiddle East & North AfricaLower middle income
Dominica*Latin America & CaribbeanLow income
Dominican RepublicLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle income
EcuadorLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle income
Egypt, Arab Rep.Middle East & North AfricaLower middle income
El SalvadorLatin America & CaribbeanLower middle income
Equatorial GuineaSub-Saharan AfricaUpper middle income
EritreaSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
EstoniaEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
EthiopiaSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
FijiEast Asia & PacificUpper middle income
GabonSub-Saharan AfricaUpper middle income
Gambia, TheSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
GeorgiaEurope & Central AsiaLower middle income
GhanaSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle income
GreeceEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
GrenadaLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle income
GuineaSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
Guinea-BissauSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
GuyanaLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle income
HungaryEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
IndonesiaEast Asia & PacificLower middle income
Iran, Islamic Rep.Middle East & North AfricaUpper middle income
IraqMiddle East & North AfricaUpper middle income
ItalyEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
JamaicaLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle income
KazakhstanEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle income
KenyaSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle income
KiribatiEast Asia & PacificLower middle income
Korea, Rep.East Asia & PacificHigh income
KuwaitMiddle East & North AfricaHigh income
Kyrgyz RepublicEurope & Central AsiaLower middle income
Lao PDREast Asia & PacificLower middle income
LatviaEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
LebanonMiddle East & North AfricaUpper middle income
LesothoSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle income
LiberiaSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
LibyaMiddle East & North AfricaUpper middle income
LithuaniaEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
LuxembourgEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
MadagascarSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
MalaysiaEast Asia & PacificUpper middle income
MaldivesSouth AsiaUpper middle income
MaliSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
MaltaMiddle East & North AfricaHigh income
MauritaniaSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle income
Micronesia, Fed. Sts.East Asia & PacificLower middle income
MoldovaEurope & Central AsiaLower middle income
MongoliaEast Asia & PacificLower middle income
MontenegroEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle income
MoroccoMiddle East & North AfricaLower middle income
MozambiqueSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
MyanmarEast Asia & PacificLower middle income
NamibiaSub-Saharan AfricaUpper middle income
NepalSouth AsiaLow income
New ZealandEast Asia & PacificHigh income
NicaraguaLatin America & CaribbeanLower middle income
Niger*Sub-Saharan AfricaLow income
NigeriaSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle income
NiueEast Asia & PacificLower middle income
North MacedoniaEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle income
OmanMiddle East & North AfricaHigh income
PakistanSouth AsiaLower middle income
PanamaLatin America & CaribbeanHigh income
Papua New GuineaEast Asia & PacificLower middle income
PeruLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle income
PhilippinesEast Asia & PacificLower middle income
PolandEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
PortugalEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
QatarMiddle East & North AfricaHigh income
RomaniaEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle income
Russian Federation*Europe & Central AsiaUpper middle income
RwandaSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
SamoaEast Asia & PacificUpper middle income
Saudi ArabiaMiddle East & North AfricaHigh income
SenegalSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
SerbiaEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle income
SeychellesSub-Saharan AfricaHigh income
Sierra LeoneSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
SingaporeEast Asia & PacificHigh income
Slovak RepublicEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
SloveniaEurope & Central AsiaHigh income
Solomon IslandsEast Asia & PacificLower middle income
SomaliaSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
South AfricaSub-Saharan AfricaUpper middle income
South SudanSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
Sri LankaSouth AsiaLower middle income
SudanSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle income
SurinameLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle income
Syrian Arab RepublicMiddle East & North AfricaLow income
TajikistanEurope & Central AsiaLow income
TanzaniaSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
ThailandEast Asia & PacificUpper middle income
Timor-LesteEast Asia & PacificLower middle income
TogoSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
TongaEast Asia & PacificUpper middle income
Trinidad and TobagoLatin America & CaribbeanHigh income
TunisiaMiddle East & North AfricaLower middle income
TurkeyEurope & Central AsiaUpper middle income
UgandaSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
UkraineEurope & Central AsiaLower middle income
United Arab EmiratesMiddle East & North AfricaHigh income
UruguayLatin America & CaribbeanHigh income
UzbekistanEurope & Central AsiaLower middle income
VanuatuEast Asia & PacificLower middle income
Venezuela, RBLatin America & CaribbeanUpper middle income
VietnamEast Asia & PacificLower middle income
Yemen, Rep.Middle East & North AfricaLow income
ZambiaSub-Saharan AfricaLower middle income
ZimbabweSub-Saharan AfricaLow income
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