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NATO. "No Cold War" with China according to Jens Stoltenberg
© AFP Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO at the rally organized in Brussels Monday, June 14th. NATO Secretary General will present this week to the organization's leaders a new strategy to cope with China that "gets closer to us", from a military and technological point of view.
NATO Secretary General will present this week to the organization's leaders a new strategy to cope with China that "gets closer to us", from a military and technological point of view.
The Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg dismissed on Monday, June 14, 2021 The prospect of a new cold war with the, but pleaded for an adaptation of the alliance to the many challenges posed by Beijing.
China is not our opponent, our enemy. There will be no new cold war with China. But we have to face China's challenges for our safety and we need to raise them together as an alliance, he said upon his arrival at the NATO headquarters in Brussels beforeorganization.
NATO Summit: The challenges posed by Russia and China at the heart of the
Debates The Heads of State and Government of NATO countries are gathered in the summit on Monday in Brussels. View on Euronews © Nato.int NATO's Heads of State and Government are gathered in the Summit on Monday in Brussels to restore a new impetus to the Atlantic Alliance and try to post a common position on The major geopolitical challenges posed by Russia and China.
"China is getting closer to us"
we find a significant rise in China. It invests in nuclear capacities and peak weapons, it has an attitude of confrontation at sea from China, it does not share our values, as shown by repression in Hong Kong and the use of facial recognition to monitor the population. Chinese, he pointed out.
China is getting closer to us, in cyberspace, in Africa, in the Arctic. She invests in Europe to take control of strategic infrastructure, he explained.
The leaders of the Alliance must approve a statement that displays a clear position of the Allies against China, he said. It emphasizes opportunities with China and affirms the need to continue the dialogue with Beijing for arms control and the fight against climate change, he said.
NATO clashes the ranks against the "new challenges" posed by Russia and China
The annual summit of the Alliance is marked by a desire for "greater coordination" between the EU and the United States. © Provided by FranceInfo NATO posted its unit, Monday, June 14, at its annual summit. R Insured by the US President Joe Biden's desire to "revitalize" alliances, the leaders decided to squeeze the ranks against Moscow and Beijing, who pose new challenges "at the Transatlantic Alliance. "We have Russia who does not act in a way in line with what we had hoped.
NATO wants to prepare for a potential threat
at the top, which will open at 1:30 pm, the Allies will launch the revision of NATO's strategic concept to prepare the alliance to deal with new threats in The space and the cyberspace and entry of Beijing.
This will be the first time that NATO, alliance of defense between Europe and North America, adopts a position against China.
The strategic NATO concept adopted in 2010 did not mention China and the declaration adopted in London in 2019 at the 70th anniversary summit treated China in one sentence, reminded Jens Stoltenberg.
You will not see paragraphs and paragraphs on China in the communiqué and language will not be arson. It will be clear, direct and without detour, said Sunday the American National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan.
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After outbreaks of the delta variant in educational institutions, the Minister of Health for an extension of coronamous measures: schools should not be "hub in households". © Andreas Gora / Pool / EPA Corona Measures in Schools must be maintained for a long time after view of Federal Minister Jens Spahn ( CDU ). "We will not be able to go back to school without protective measures," he said in an online conference of the Protestant Academy Tutzing over the time after the summer holidays.