Posted on May 30 2018

Construction is underway for the China-Maldives Friendship Bridge in Maldives on July 6, 2017. The China-Maldives Friendship Bridge, built by the China Communications Construction Company and part of China’s Belt and Road initiative, will connect the Maldives' capital Male to airport island of Hulhule. Photo: Xinhua


 

Pictured is the construction site of the Attarat oil shale-fueled power plant in Jordan on Feb 22, 2018. The plant, built by China Energy Engineering Group Guangdong Power Engineering in the desert of Attarat Um Ghudranin, Jordan will begin operation in 2019. Photo: Xinhua


 

Photo taken on December 1, 2017 shows the site of the Memve'ele hydropower plant in Cameroon. Built by the Chinese construction company Power Construction Coporation of China, the plant located in southern Cameroon. Photo: Xinhua


 

Photo taken on October 12, 2017 shows a dredging vessel in Ukraine's southern Odessa region. The dredging project carried out by the China Harbor Engineering Company (CHEC), which is expected to improve maritime access to the port, boosting its cargo handling capabilities. Photo: Xinhua


 

Photo taken on April 6, 2018 shows the Vietnamese Yongxin Coal-fired Power Plant in Binh Thuan Province in Vietnam. The Vinh Tan 1 thermal power plant, funded by China's Southern Power Grid (CSG), will become the most advanced of its kind in Vietnam upon completion. Photo: Xinhua


 

Photo taken on April 18, 2017 shows the construction site of the terminal of Algiers-Houari Boumediene Airport in Algeria. The China State Construction Engineering Corporation in Algeria began construction in 2014. The project will be completed in 2018. Photo: Xinhua


 

Photo taken on January 8, 2018 shows the Moragahakanda hydropower plant in Sri Lanka. Chinese construction company Power Construction Coporation of China began construction in 2012 and completed in 2017. The Moragahakanda project was built to address issues of uneven distribution of water resources and reduce risks of flooding in the region. Photo: Xinhua


 

Photo taken on April 28, 2018 shows the construction site of the Kuantan Port New Deep Water Terminal in Malaysia. To coordinate the development of the Malaysia-China Kuantan Industrial Park and improve logistics services, the Guangxi Beibu Gulf Port Group funded the MCKIP and cooperated with the Malaysian government to upgrade Kuantan Port. Photo: Xinhua


 

Photo shows the construction site of the China-Belarus industrial park, located 25 kilometers from Minsk. As of 2017, the industrial park, developed under Belt and Road Initiative, has already attracted 23 companies from China, Belarus, Russia, US, Germany, Austria and Lithuania. Photo: Xinhua


 

Photo taken on September 8, 2017 shows the construction site of the Kampala-Entebbe Expressway Project in Uganda. The Entebbe-Kampala Expressway built by China Communications Construction Company Ltd (CCCC), which is the first toll highway and first Chinese-designed highway in Uganda. Photo: Xinhua


 

Photo taken on November 5, 2017 shows employees from China's COSCO holding a groundbreaking ceremony for a new container terminal at Khalifa Port in Abu Dhabi. It will be the largest container freight station in the region. It’s a key project under the Belt and Road Initiative and marks new progress between China and the United Arab Emirates. Photo: Xinhua


 

Photo taken on February 1, 2018 shows the construction site of the Melaka Gateway Mega Project in Malaysia. The Melaka Gateway Mega Project, which comprises three reclaimed islands and one natural island, is under construction by Power Construction Coporation of China. Photo: Xinhua


 

The rail between Belgrade and Stara Pazova in Serbia begins construction at the Zemun Station in Serbia on November 28, 2017. This section is part of the Hungary-Serbia Rail project, which stretches 350 kilometers from the capital city of Hungary, Budapest, to the capital of Serbia, Belgrade. It is also the first section under construction along this rail line. Photo: Xinhua


 

Photo taken on December 13, 2017 shows construction for the Ban Somsanook No.2 Tunnel in Vientiane province, Laos, part of the China-Laos railway project. The Ban Somsanook No.2 Tunnel, built by China's Sinohydro Corporation Ltd, became the first cleared tunnel on the China-Laos railway project. Photo: Xinhua