Al Farabi Kazakh National University
The Great Silk Road, in all its ancient forms, has revived to the new life today, and reappeared on the political map of the third millennium as a trend of using the enormous potential of the international community.
The revival of the Silk Road as new brand of rapprochement of peoples, cultures exchange and development of the global economy through the consolidation of the integration efforts of countries in the region in view of their deep spiritual and historical roots
The development of mega-programs and macro-projects.
Instruments of prognosing the development trends of individual countries and the entire pool of the Silk Road.
The development of adequate behavior patterns in many areas of society .
The role of China and other potential investors, the owners of unique transit corridor.
The potentials of transcontinental corridor to form integration institutions.
Perspectives for the development of the economic growth of the countries in the New Great Silk Road, taking into consideration the observance of balance between the needs of the economy, resource potential of territories, water security and environmentally -friendly public situation.
Creation of the peaceful corridor for transit of goods, including energy resources.
Constant exchange of views on the formation of the strategy of ecological, economic and social development of the region, as well as energetic diplomacy for the development of integration programs.
The Great Silk Road, in all its ancient forms, has revived to the new life today, and reappeared on the political map of the third millennium as a trend of using the enormous potential of the international community. Russia, Japan, China, South Korea and India have already signed an agreement on construction of the Trans-Asian Railway of more than 14,000 km in length, which will connect the countries of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.According to the WTO and UNESCO data, in 2020 the Silk Road will become a very attractive route for tourists and businesses. The institutional capacity in the region, based on the national interests of the countries, will develop in two directions: along the North-Southaxis, which connects Russia and India and along the East-West axis, linking China and the European Union.Railways and highways of the New Silk Road will connect Europe with China and South East Asia with the Persian Gulf. This will make the countries (more than 30) introduce high standards of safety, electronic access mechanisms of doing business, copyright protection, develop market of new ideas and technologies for long-term economic growth and resource security.