The actions of Russia and China to significantly affect the global balance and pose a threat to global security. This, speaking on 8 June at the presentation of the NATO-2030, said the Secretary General of the Alliance Jens Stoltenberg, reports Euractiv.
Rampant Russia stepping up its military activity, a dve main problems that come from Beijing, you upgrade weapons and the use of propaganda and disinformation, he said.
China active in cyberspace, expanding its presence in the Arctic and Africa, invests in Western critical infrastructure, for example, in 5G, said the Secretary General.
The fact that China increasingly is cooperating with Russia will have consequences for the security of NATO allies, warned Stoltenberg. Thus, according to him, NATO does not regard China as an enemy, but must be prepared to confront “his growing power.”
In the final Declaration of the NATO summit, which was held in December 2019 in London, Russia’s actions were called a threat to Euro-Atlantic security.