On June 6th-7th, Siemens organized the first Belt and Road International Summit with the theme of “Joint Discussion, Co-Creation and Mutual Benefit” in Beijing. CEO Joe Kaeser attended and delivered a speech. He said that the “Belt and Road” initiative is far-sighted and far-reaching which has effectively accelerated the construction of local infrastructure in many relevant countries. Siemens has a comprehensive and comprehensive technology portfolio, has a long history of operations in the relevant countries and regions, can accurately grasp the needs of the local market, and has a solid strength to create value for the local community. As a long-term and mature partner of China and its various industries, Siemens is willing to continue to promote pragmatic cooperation with various industries in China in a larger scale and in a wider range of areas to create a digital ecosystem and inject new energy into the implementation of the “Belt and Road” initiative. During the forum, Siemens signed more than 10 agreements with a number of Chinese companies under the framework of the “Belt and Road Initiative” to jointly develop third-party markets. Leaders of relevant ministries and commissions such as the National Development and Reform Commission, Deputy Minister of Infrastructure of the Indonesian Ministry of National Development and Planning, and CEO of Proton Energy of Nigeria attended the forum and made keynote speeches. More than one thousand reprentatives of companies and institutions (from China and the countries and regions along the Belt and Road) that have cooperated with Siemens presented at the summit. Director-general She Chunming was invited to attend the summit and communicated with senior managers of Siemens about deepening cooperation.