NATO warns China

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has warned that it will reverse the systemic challenges posed by China. It said that China was trying to get other countries under its control. It expressed concern over the detention policies pursued by China.

The NATO summit of 30 European and North American intergovernmental organizations was held for the first time since 2019.  The meeting focused mainly on China. NATO leaders have expressed concern over China’s sanctions. He noted that China’s aspirations and behaviour to bring others into its path pose systemic challenges to rule-based international security, and coalition security issues are also being disrupted.

After the meeting, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told in a news conference that China was rapidly increasing its nuclear arsenal. It was increasing the state-of-the-art warheads and delivery systems. He said that China was increasing military cooperation with Russia and spreading false information. He told that China should abide by the international agreements it has made. He urged China to act responsibly towards the international system, including space, cyberspace and the oceans. He said China to act responsibly in the international system adhere to its international commitments.

He said China would soon grow into the largest economy in the world and it has been alloting a huge budget for modernizing its armed forces.

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