China counter-warns NATO

China has issued a counter-warning to NATO after warning of Beijing’s military action at a NATO summit in the Belgian capital, Brussels, on Monday. China has called on NATO not to escalate tensions by threatening Beijing. The Chinese mission to the European Union said in a statement that Beijing’s defense and military modernization was “fair and reasonable.” At the same time, China’s defense policy is transparent and open.

In a statement, China urged NATO to hold more effective talks with each other, excluding talks on Beijing. China says NATO’s overall development in Beijing should be viewed from a logical point of view and geopolitical competition should be stopped. He also called on NATO not to be jealous of China’s overall development.

Earlier on Monday, top leaders at a NATO summit in Brussels warned of China’s recent military action. Leaders say China is increasing its nuclear program at an increasing rate. At the same time, the country has a military alliance with Russia, which they refer to as a threat to the world. At the conference, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that NATO does not want to go to any kind of cold war with China.

NATO has been warning China since before the start of the conference. Last Sunday, the head of the alliance, Jens Stoltenberg, called on NATO member states to be more united in order to stem China’s growing rise. NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has said that China’s military budget is the second highest in the world. The country’s navy is the strongest in the world. China is slowly increasing its investment in the military, which is a threat to the security of NATO countries.

Sources: BBC, Reuters.

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