The second international forum of the "One Belt, One Road" project will be held this week in Beijing. This year, the global event will bring together representatives from 150 countries. One prominent topic at the summit will be the qualitative development of international corridors for goods and services. Belarus is a striking example of the success of the "One Belt, One Road" initiative. Thanks to the global project, the country is the main logistics center for international rail transport from China to Europe and back. Today, numerous silk road trade threads bind together more than 60 countries of Central Asia, Europe and Africa. The export of Belarusian goods to the market of China grew by almost a third last year. Direct investments from China increased almost 3 times over.