NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said in Washington during his talks with US President Joe Biden on Monday that China does not share the values that NATO members do.
We are witnessing the suppression of democratic demonstrations in Hong Kong, the treatment of their minorities and the intimidation of neighboring countries. […], Taiwan. We must defend a rules-based world order
Jens Stoltenberg said.
The Secretary-General also noted that China could soon become the second largest economy in the world and that its defense budget is already the second largest in the world. He also said that NATO shares Biden’s position on Russia.
Joe Biden is also scheduled to attend a meeting of NATO leaders in Brussels on June 14, where the main topics, according to Stoltenberg, will be Russia, China, cyberattacks and climate change.
White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said in this regard that Biden will also stress the importance of NATO member states sharing the burden. He added that the United States would not be left without a response if “Moscow’s malicious activity against Washington continues.”
Joe Biden is scheduled to travel to Geneva after the summit in Brussels, where he will hold a face-to-face meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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