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DISCOVER

ON-SITE – Discussing, reading and writing about the Old and New Silk Road is not enough. Our approach is simple. Go on-site, experience and see it yourself.

CONNECT

LIVE COVERAGE  We serve the Silk Road on your tablet, in your pocket, visualize different perspectives and thus connect cultures, countries and people of Eurasia.

EXCHANGE

BUILDING BRIDGES – Exchanging with science, economy, diplomacy and culture. Connecting them by establishing a transdisciplinary network (ISIROS).

Exchange - Part 5

Exchange - Part 4

Exchange - Part 3

Exchange - Part 2

Exchange - Part 1

HONORARY PRESIDENT

JACEK PAŁKIEWICZ

 

EUROPE GOES SILK ROAD follows his vision.

Driven by intellectual curiosity and fostering international understanding among the cultures of Europe and Asia the initiators take into account that it is vital for a prosperous common future to leave the comfort zone behind, discover the unknown, connect people and ideas, and exchange with partners all over the globe by breaking fresh ground.

CREATING A CORRIDOR OF UNDERSTANDING.

FROM EUROPE TO ASIA.

Austria, Slovakia (Košice), Ukraine (Chop), Hungary, Romania, (Moldova), Serbia, Bulgaria, Greece (Piraeus), Turkey, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Kazakhstan (Khorgas), Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, (Afghanistan), Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran (Chabahar), Pakistan (Gwadar), China (Kashgar to Shanghai)

optional: Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Nepal, India

THE OLD SILK ROAD

The ancient Silk Road arouses deep emotions: from adventurers and nomads on the vast steppes of Central Asia to the legendary Samarkand, over the gigantic mountains that are considered the roof of the world, down to the camel caravans of the hostile Taklamakan desert.

THE NEW SILK ROAD

The Chinese Belt & Road Initiative, worth more than $ 1 trillion, is intended to connect more than 70 countries in Asia, Africa and Europe, representing well over 60% of the world’s population and about 40% of the global economy.

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