Nato leaders at a plenary session at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization headquarters in Brussels on Monday.  The 30-nation alliance discussed increasingly tense relations with China as part of its agenda. Photo: AP Nato leaders at a plenary session at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization headquarters in Brussels on Monday.  The 30-nation alliance discussed increasingly tense relations with China as part of its agenda. Photo: AP
Nato leaders at a plenary session at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization headquarters in Brussels on Monday. The 30-nation alliance discussed increasingly tense relations with China as part of its agenda. Photo: AP
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Nato says China presents ‘systemic challenges’ and vows to counter its rise

  • The North Atlantic Treaty Organization releases a statement a day after the Group of 7 focuses on China as well
  • Events are part of US President Joe Biden’s plans to rebuild the transatlantic alliance, with an aim of heading off China threats

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Nato leaders at a plenary session at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization headquarters in Brussels on Monday.  The 30-nation alliance discussed increasingly tense relations with China as part of its agenda. Photo: AP Nato leaders at a plenary session at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization headquarters in Brussels on Monday.  The 30-nation alliance discussed increasingly tense relations with China as part of its agenda. Photo: AP
Nato leaders at a plenary session at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization headquarters in Brussels on Monday. The 30-nation alliance discussed increasingly tense relations with China as part of its agenda. Photo: AP
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