China’s mercury breaks – June 15, AFP reports China’s reaction to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) leaders’ meeting in Brussels. Belgium From the opening of the warning card of China’s threats, it is clear that
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The Chinese delegation to the European Union (EU) issued a statement retorting NATO leaders with displeasure, accusing NATO of exaggerating China’s views on its peaceful development. and is creating confrontational conditions Use judgments on unfair international situations. including the role of NATO itself It was the beginning of a new cold war idea again.
“NATO should look at China’s development for a reason. Stop ranting about the theory that China poses a wide range of threats. And do not use China’s legitimate interests and legal rights as an excuse. Shape up political groups and create their own confrontation,” the Chinese statement said.
The NATO leader’s statement to China’s displeasure said: Building nuclear weapons and empowering combat in cyber and space wars threatens international order. That’s where US President Joe Biden has warned that China’s rapid expansion of nuclear weapons to modernize its military is not transparent and there is military cooperation between China and Russia.
Biden reiterated his NATO membership as a close ally. After the deterioration in relations under the Donald Trump administration, he said NATO was critical to US interests. The NATO alliance has a sacred obligation to comply with Article 5 of the Founding Treaty. stipulates that if any member nation is attacked with an armed NATO will also be considered an attack on all other member states. Biden also discussed scheduled meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland, on June 16, stating that Putin is a worthy enemy.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the NATO alliance did not want a new round of Cold War with China. But China is moving closer to NATO in military and technological terms.
Military tensions have increased over the past year between China and several countries, including the United States, over the Himalayan border dispute with India. and the problem of Taiwan, including the South China Sea.
for the Afghan battlefield issue NATO leaders agree to jointly pay for the reopening of Kabul Airport in Afghanistan. As the United States and its allies withdrew Turkey has offered to secure and operate the airport after NATO forces leave Afghanistan.
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