NATO will vote on its new approach to China in June. The meeting of leaders of NATO member countries will take place in Brussels on June 14, the defense alliance announced yesterday. “We will take decisions on our substantive and forward-looking NATO Agenda 2030 to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow,” NATO said. These include Russia, the threat of terrorism and cyber attacks, as well as the “rise of China”, the announcement said.
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