Can we take a moment to talk about China that leaps into the odd conditions coming in Syria’s reconstruction just for the mission of road and belt extension? But it appears more like digging water in the heated sandy desert. China looks determined not to hide anything from its detractors.
China does everything for its benefit in a deadly serious way. During the initial analyses, it does not easily confess its motives but its affairs start revealing what it wants to conceal posing as a conversational pal for so long.
Syria has been characterised as a poor investment spit for Chinese investors. China ought to take a look around carefully, for analysts point out, that investment for China was supposed to be neither fruitful nor perceptive. Then how could it be helpful for the belt and road extension procedure?
Syria will come to be a poor investment for China. Although economic analysts cautiously observe poor profits in Syria, yet China’s high-visibility risky interest in post-war Syria was straight from its business playbook containing all the pieces and parts that make up its go-to approach for bringing trends and things accomplished in the Middle East, as well as in Asia and Africa.
It looks as if the beneficial enterprises on the part of China could gain in return for local access and global safeguard. What has been realised by the critics is that Syria’s heavily sanctioned economy faces the pangs of enormous ravages than its vastly damaged towns and cities due to heavy bombings.
The political gazers are quite aware of the fact that its global standing has been sliced by a merciless decade of conflict, and hope of a political breakthrough hangs on the overthrow of Bashar Al Asad, who was re-elected for another 7 long years.
China, Russia and Iran are supposedly eyeing their prospective gains in this devastated country. After the U.S. exit policy from Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan, China looks to fill that mathematical vacuum in its dragon’s ways.
“It seems to be like capitalising on U.S. mistakes,” said British diplomats. However, China likes to enter the risk-ridden path in the hope of better bargaining. Years ago, President Donald Trump attracted Chinese President Xi Jinping to partake in the bombing of a Syrian airfield.
He was under the erroneous feeling that the Chinese leader would plunge at the opportunity to divide the booty of a crippled Syria. Glancing incredulously at Trump and after listening to the full proposal, Xi Jinping seemingly stood suddenly, turned sharply, and marched out of the room without telling another word to Trump. Presently the circumstances are not the same.
Syria is splintered and unreconciled, it is not hidden from the world leaders. It is quite evident that Russia retains a significant stake in the northeast regions of the country and Turkey holds an impact upon the northwest regions, which were also reported to be standing outside Syrian control.
It was also clear that the regime has very scant or little control over its natural resources and has been continually begging Iraq for assistance as well as sourcing oil from Lebanon, expanding to serious scarcities of fuel at Lebanese petrol wells or bowsers.