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China and Russia pose biggest threat to world security in NATO’s view on nuclear weapons

During the meeting, NATO countries agreed to work together against a systemic challenge from China and to keep an eye on Russia’s blatant violations of international law. NATO has also expressed concern about nuclear weapons and China’s plans to work with Russia.

Brussels: The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) says China and Russia pose the biggest threat to the world. In a statement, NATO said the aggression shown by both countries in the past was a threat to world security. NATO leaders said China was regularly working to weaken the international rule-based system. He is building nuclear missiles very fast, which is extremely dangerous.

Cyber ​​hacks are a matter of concern

According to The Sun, NATO leaders spoke out about Russia, saying Moscow’s aggression on nuclear weapons and cyber-hacking was a matter of concern not only for Nato but for the world. Let us tell you that after their meeting in Cornwall, the G-7 leaders left Brussels on Monday with a program to ‘keep the West safe’.

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This is not the case

During the meeting, NATO countries agreed to work together against a systemic challenge from China and to keep an eye on Russia’s blatant violations of international law. NATO leaders also discussed China’s efforts to develop nuclear weapons and plans to work with Russia. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said China’s aggressive policy under Xi Jinping was a matter of concern. However, he added that China is not an enemy.

Russia withdrew its troops

Jens Stoltenberg called on Beijing to uphold its international commitments and act responsibly in an international order, including in the space, cyber and maritime sectors. NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has said that Russia should withdraw its troops from Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova. Notably, China and Russia have been targeted by the United States. The United States has accused both countries of spying.

Boris Johnson is soft on China

America is tough on China, Britain seems soft. During the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that China is the truth of our lives and it is a new strategic concept for NATO. He added, ‘I don’t think anyone present at this point wants to start a new Cold War with China. We look at the challenges, as well as the things we need to do in a united manner. I think we need to do it together. “

This is what Putin said

Speaking about Russia, Boris Johnson said, “I always hope things get better.” I want to tell President Vladimir Putin that we are ready to try to build a closer relationship, but you have to change your behavior. He further added that for a peaceful order, Moscow must change, stop oppressing innocent people. Johnson hopes that US President Joe Biden will send a strong message to Russia in the coming days.

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