The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member states expressed concern on Monday about China’s ambitions in Europe and the “growing threat” of Russia’s military buildup.
They decided to form a united front to oppose China’s ambitions in Europe and Europe. “The growing threat” Strengthen Russia’s military power. Declaration adoptedOn Monday, June 14th, the leaders of the thirty-member North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) demonstrated the concerns of the allies: Russia, China, new threats in space and cyberspace, terrorism, and the rise of authoritarian regimes.
As supported by the conclusions adopted at the 28th meeting, Russia remains the primary concern of the Atlantic Alliance.electronic NATO Summit:
“Russia’s increasing military reinforcements, a more confident posture, new innovative military capabilities, and provocative activities, especially near the NATO border (…), pose an increasing threat to the security of the Euro-Atlantic region. And aggravate it. The unstable transcendence along the NATO border.”
“Russia’s nuclear strategy and its comprehensive plan for the modernization, diversification and expansion of its nuclear weapons system-including increasing the number of its non-strategic nuclear weapons and their improvements-continue to make greater contributions to more aggressive strategic intimidation stances”, Also emphasized the statement.
Allies also condemned “Intensification of Mixed Activities”, Especially “Attempted to interfere in the elections and democratic processes of the coalition countries”, “Large-scale false propaganda campaign” with “A cyber attack aimed at and disrupting the operation of critical infrastructure in NATO countries”.