NATO warns China’s military ambitions threaten global order

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Transatlantic security alliance, NATO for the first time has warnes China in its communique following it's summit in Brussels on Monday, June 14.

NATO confronted China’s military ambitions for the first time, saying Beijing presents “systemic challenges” for the transatlantic security alliance.

The communique marks a diplomatic victory for US President Joe Biden, who had urged the 30-member strong alliance to stand up to China’s burgeoning military, political and economic might.

The language by the alliance will now set the path for alliance policy and comes a day after the G7 nations slammed China in a statement, calling the country out for it's alleged human rights abuses in China and Hong Kong.Latest Post