The EU needs a shared sense of responsibility to confront China, according to its foreign affairs envoy Josep Borrell. The bloc also needs to have unity and “a pragmatic, realistic and coherent approach with China,” Borrell said after a meeting of EU foreign ministers on Friday. “We also need to engage with China about Afghanistan. Competition, but also cooperation in trade and economic issues, are an important part of our relationship with China,” Borrell said.
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