The White House said today that NATO’s new strategy reflects concerns about China, including its economic practices.
“Less than a year ago, defense ministers first referred to China in a NATO statement,” said John Kerby, co-ordinator of the United States National Security Council. He added that until then the issue of “the threat posed by China to international security, far beyond the Indo-Pacific region” was limited to discussions and consultations between the allies.
US President Joe Biden leaves for Germany on Saturday, where he will meet with other G7 leaders before heading to Madrid for the NATO summit, at which the North Atlantic Alliance is expected to announce plans to strengthen its forces in the east. Europe.