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Stoltenberg Says NATO Needs To Address China's Growing Presence Around The World

WorldNews Wednesday, 7 August 2019
Stoltenberg Says NATO Needs To Address China's Growing Presence Around The WorldNATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said the North Atlantic security body needed to understand the variety of implications related to China's growing influence around the world on Wednesday, according to The South China Morning Post. Stoltenberg said that was particularly acute due to security issues and Beijing's growing assertiveness in the South China Sea. “This is not about moving NATO into the Pacific, but this is about responding to the fact that China is coming closer to us,” Stoltenberg told Reuters. “Investing heavily in critical infrastructure in Europe, increased presence in the Arctic and also increased presence in Africa, and in cyberspace,” he said.“So all of this makes it...
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